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Thread: Best KT333 MB




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    What is the Best KT333 motherboard that has the least problems and has integrated sound?

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    I've used both the EPoX 8K3A+ and Gigabyte GA-7VRXP which I've found both very good though some others have had probs with the Gigabyte board but why I'm not sure. :smokin:
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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    i have the soltek
    it seems good, and it's a bit cheaper
    But has no raid or USB 2.0
    But that is compensated by the fact it's purple.
    Athlon XP 1600+ @ 1662Mhz | Volcano 7+ HSF | Soltek SL-75DRV5 | 256MB Corsair XMS-3000 DDR RAM | 44x44x24 Yamaha CDR-W F1 | 16x Liteon DVD | 40Gig 7200rpm Seagate Barracuda | 20Gig 5400rpm Seagate | GeForce2 MX-400 | SB Live! | RTL8139A NIC | RTL8139B NIC | 12 Fans | 1 x ss Blue cc | 2 x Red Neons | 450W Codgen PSU | Logitech Z-340 2.1 Sub and sats | 17" Osborune Monitor | Win XP Pro | M$ explorer rat and keyboard | Everglide Attack Optical

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    My MSI KT3 Ultra runs nice and sweet. The KT3 Ultra-ARU also has 6 Channel audio onboard instead of the normal 2 channel.
    My Box:
    Intel Pentium 4 2.4C @ 2.7
    DFI 875P Lanparty
    512Mb Geil PC3500 Dual Channel (Cas 2-6-3-3 @450MHz DDR)
    Leadtek A280 Geforce4 4200 MyVIVO
    Audigy DE
    1 x 73Gb Seagate fibre channel 10krpm (boot drive) with LSI HBA
    1x80Gig Seagate Barracuda ATA V
    1x120Gig Western Digital 8mb cache
    Spiffy Antec Super Lanboy (LED fan and UV light)

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    How about Abit KX7-333R ? It is also reliable and stable good for Overclocking :flames:
    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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    if you've got the $ the Asus A7V333 is Definatly worth it IMO, but if your on a tighter budget, go for the Epox or the Gigabyte

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    I wouldnt go for the Asus board, apart from being a not so good overclocking board its a rip off. Gigabyte, hmm well the number of threads you read about problems with them should turn you off, if not go for it. Epox 8K3A(+) is also a good board, Soltek 75DRV5 is good aswell. There is no hands down best board, it all depends on what kind of application its going to have.

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    What is the best Overclockable mobo ????:no:
    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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    For all it's options I'd have to say the EPoX 8K3A/8K3A+ and I can testify to some very high overclocks with them. :devil:
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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    If you want overclocking, the Epox 8K3A/+ or the Abit KX7-333 would be your best bet. I got burned by the 8K3A+ myself, so I'm a little wary of them, but I have had good luck in the Socket A portion of Abit's boards.

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