It's true that there were some problems with the MSIK7T266. That was hardware and BIOS related, because the board was pushed in the market
as the first KT266 board. However these issues are solved by several BIOS upgrades and a change in the hardware. All board are now shipping with a change resistor position.
You can regard the MSI K7T266 now as the fastet and most feature rich KT266 board, maybe until the Asus A7V266 will retail.
daveuk (May 08, 2001 06:19 a.m.):
I am totally new to idea of O/C as I am a newbie - in all entirety - bar that fact would you say that the purchase of a MSI K7T266 Pro would ease my new hobby that I am about to embark on ???