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Iwill DVD266R dual coppermine board - FrostyTech.com Iwill DVD266R dual coppermine board
Mon Jan 22, 2001 | 12:24P| PermaLink
After reviewing so many VIA KT133A based boards, it is time for a change. Today, we are extremely delighted to be one of the first sites to review this board, a Dual Processor SMP mainboard featuring the latest VIA Apollo Pro 266 chipset here at OCworkbench.com. We have already seen the growing interest in SMP machines in server applications like NT/Windows 2000 Server running Exchange, Notes. Lately there has been a craze to get that performance in the gaming world too. Performance and Stability is the main issue. Although gamers will go all the way to overclock it. Well, you will be interested to know that I am now running this machine at 150Mhz FSB for 2 X Coppermine 800EB on Windows 2000 Professional. Iwill DVD266R isn't a DVD player but a SMP capable mainboard using DDR SDRAM designed around the VIA APOLLO PRO 266 chipset. Earlier, we have already seen how well the ABIT VP6 (based on VIA 694X) performs and now let's a look at the Iwill DVD266R.
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(http://www.ocworkbench.com/hardware/iwill/dvd266r/dvd266rp1.htm)


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