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Thread: Best KT333 MB




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    I got myself Epox 8K3A, yesterday. Togather with Curcial DDRAM 256MB PC-2700. After Install.... Haven't test out for O/C yet. Now runing at default XP1800++ 266FSB
    EPOX 8K3A (Tt V7+)
    AMD XP 1800+ (145FSB*11.5)
    Crucial 256DDRAM - PC2700
    Hercules GT2 Pro 64MB DDR
    MAXTOR D740X 40GB (FDB-Motor) ATA-133
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    Mine is Gigabyte 7VRXP with XP 1800+ and 256MB PC 2700. I found this mobo quite good and stable. It has hardware onboard sound from creative chipset unlike other mobos that have software AC97 codecs. But I dont use them since I already have sound blaster live soundcard. It has onboard lan chip, usb 2.0, raid, but unfortunately no firewire port.

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    Abit KX7-333, Epox 8K3A+ for performance and o/c and Soltek 75DRV5 if you want cheap but decent no frills action:flames:

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    I have been running my Epox 8K3A for a month or so and I love it. Very stable haven't had any real issues with it. Haven't pushed the O'C yet. I just set the FSB @ 150 and left it alone. Might get around to boosting later, but just enjoying being able to play for a while.

    JM :afro:
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    Quote Originally Posted by JealousMidget
    I have been running my Epox 8K3A for a month or so and I love it. Very stable haven't had any real issues with it. Haven't pushed the O'C yet. I just set the FSB @ 150 and left it alone. Might get around to boosting later, but just enjoying being able to play for a while.

    JM :afro:
    What is your default FSB ?? As mine i change on board jumper to 133MHZ. It auto boot up as 266 FSB. Are your's same as me ?:wave:
    EPOX 8K3A (Tt V7+)
    AMD XP 1800+ (145FSB*11.5)
    Crucial 256DDRAM - PC2700
    Hercules GT2 Pro 64MB DDR
    MAXTOR D740X 40GB (FDB-Motor) ATA-133
    Aopen CDRW 20x10x40x
    Pioneer DVD-ROM 116
    Altec Lansing 621
    CREATIVE Live DE 5.1 Digital(AC-3)
    iCute (Xena 300W)

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    The XP's FSB is DDR -> 133Mhz DDR FSB = 266Mhz

    Same with Intel, except the P4 is Quad pumped :cool:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick
    The XP's FSB is DDR -> 133Mhz DDR FSB = 266Mhz

    Same with Intel, except the P4 is Quad pumped :cool:
    I see, Thank you.
    EPOX 8K3A (Tt V7+)
    AMD XP 1800+ (145FSB*11.5)
    Crucial 256DDRAM - PC2700
    Hercules GT2 Pro 64MB DDR
    MAXTOR D740X 40GB (FDB-Motor) ATA-133
    Aopen CDRW 20x10x40x
    Pioneer DVD-ROM 116
    Altec Lansing 621
    CREATIVE Live DE 5.1 Digital(AC-3)
    iCute (Xena 300W)

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    Obviously i have a ABIT-KX7333 and is a beauty so far...i have mine running 150 FSB...Thanks to all my peeps at Tweaktown!

    Though it seems kinda late for suggestions ...seems like you got yourself an Epox...heard they are good stuff:thumb:
    - Damien

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    The thing that makes the EPoX's just that bit better than the Abit's is the higher voltage options. :devil:
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    Very True..WiGGo...forgive me? hehe:cheers:

    Up to 1.95 on the Epox right?
    - Damien

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