Posted By: Kathy Smith
Date: January 28, 2002
BlargOC.com: Epson Stylus C70 plus Review
lostcircuits.com: ASUS P4B266
Quote: "In terms of overclocking we encountered some problems that could be related to the use of the Northwood CPUs in that the board would not post above 110 MHz FSB when the soft BIOS was used. Using the dip switches, we managed to run the P4B266 at 133 MHz FSB with the Northwood 2.0 GHz and 125 MHz for the 2.2 equivalent, resulting in as much as 2749 MHz clockspeed using standard air cooling at room temperature, albeit with limited stability. Some problems with the soft BIOS vs. jumper mode prevented us from hitting the 400 fps barrier in Quake3 Arena Demo_four. We have additional issues with the layout but neither point of criticism can undermine the overall verdict that the P4B266 is a bombshell of a board. "
amdzone.com: Chenbro SR205 Review
Quote: "We have posted up a review of the Chenbro SR205. This is an entry level server case that is capable of supporting the dual Athlon."
ipKonfig.com: Thermalright AX-7 HSF (Pre-Review)
ipKonfig.com: Akasa PaxMate Acoustic Absorption Mat (Review)
Quote: "Here's a very simple and cheap way to help reduce case noise."
amdzone.com: Thermaltake 6 Cu Review
Quote: "We have posted up a review of the Thermaltake 6 CU. It is tested on a 1.2GHz Athlon MP."
amdmb.com: Maxtor's ATA133: Good Marketing or Bad Timing?
Pssst! We've updated our Shopping Page.