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Jan 20, 2002
sj, ca, usa
how does the ASUS A7V266e compare with the ABIT KR7A RAID in terms of overclockability (voltage adjustments, mult., FSB) and performance?
I would go for the Abit since its got 3 step alimentation (Asus only got 2) and that will give you more stability at higher voltages. Asus used to have nice boards but the best ones are for Pentium for AMD i would go for Abit and Epox.
Abit gives you core voltage up to 1.85 without the vmodding and 200 mhz for front bus speed.
The Abit would take it out, but I'd consider the New Epox board with the KT333 chipset, or future KT333 boards, those are sweet..

are you saying that i should go with kt333 and not wait for kt333a?
cuz i was thinking of going for a kt266a board.
But you might want to wait for anyway. The -a versions of abit cards are sort of the SE ones, and those are more stabile and have a better performance all over. So wait for it if you're planing on buying a 333 mobo. But didn't Abit skip the 333 and went straight to the 333a this time?