"Yes. Memory benchmarks are where the KT266A chipset with DDR memory shines. These scores are very impressive and what you should expect when making the jump to newer technology. If there was ever a question on whether or not to upgrade to the DDR platform, that question should be answered. The MSI with the KT266A chipset is showing significant memory performance gains over the Abit KT7A with the KT133A chipset. And moving the FSB from 133 to 150 and then 155, these memory scores are approaching orbital status, nearly doubling those of the KT133A stock memory scores @133FSB."
FULL STORY @ OCADDICTION (http://www.ocaddiction.com/reviews/mobos/msik7t266/)