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Short question concerning several AMD Boards

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Jan 2, 2001

Enough of that celly crap... I want a AMD and am currently looking for the best board out there... there are so many... EPoX, MSI, Asus, Abit, etc... I cant decide which one is the best for overclocking....
from what I can see in other threads the ASUS A7v (133 or not?) seems to be good, but I dunno if it is the best one to go for...

any suggestion appreciated :)
[H]ard OCP recently compared the asus A7V-133 and the soyo K7VTA-PRO - and concluded that they couldn't recommend either. They love the KT7a-RAID, and that view seems to be echoed among the hardware sites, along with the Iwill KK266. I'd go with either the Iwill or the Abit, probably the Iwill - they seem to be consistently getting good reviews, and the Iwill more often than not has the edge on the Abit in performance.
u read 1 article and u decide u dont like the a7v133 bra. ur doing all this reading, but NO TESTING except the board u got. should i add that abit has multiplier issues on the lower end, oh and the iwill is a good board, but its had its own share of teething probs. the soyo an soltek do suck.


amd tbird 800@1000 (7.5x133)
"New" Vantec cooler (gotta love that clip)
Asus a7v133 motherboard
256mb pc150 kingmax (2-2-2)
evga geforce2pro 32mb
maxtor 30g
40x cdrom
linksys 10/100 nic
oh **** now I have 3(4) replies each recommending another mobo... moreless... well as I did not see IWILL here in Austria theres still the desicion of Abit vs. Asus... but there I saw multiple threads where the Asus was preferred over the Abit... soooo now I am somewhat at the start caus I still dont know which is the one to go for... :)