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The differences between KR7A-Raid, KR7A-133, KR7A-133-Raid

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Feb 20, 2001

Can anyone please tell me the differences between KR7A-Raid, KR7A-133, KR7A-133-Raid. These 3 m/boards seem to have the same features, but why there is a different between the price ?

I'm thinking to use one of this board to overclock my Duron 700 to 1 Ghz. What's the best recomemdation for the fan ? Pls provide the model & also url (if possible) ?


Aug 3, 2001
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.....and to the addiction:eek:

The biggest difference with the MoBos you mentioned is that the KR7A-133/RAID is based on the KT266A chipset but with a new southbridge that gives native support for ATA133 on all the IDE controllers, 1 thru 4, & not just on the HP372. It should really be refered to as the KT266A133.

The KR7A-RAID based on the KT266A chipset only supports ATA133 on the HP372, IDE 3 & 4, when running either RAID0/1/0+1.

PS mouse over the colored letters;)