Test and Conclusion

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Well, on to the testing. Here’s the system setup:

Test System Setup
CPU AMD Thunderbird 700 MHz (Socket-A)
Memory 1 x 128mb PC133 Mushkin SDRAM
Hard Drive 20.5 GB 7200 RPM ATA66 Western Digital
Video Card Hercules 3D Prophet II GTS 64mb
Video Drivers Detonator 5.22
Operating System Windows 98 SE
Revision 1.2

Test Results
  Content Creation Winstone 2000
TBird 700 on AZ11 31.2
Athlon 750 on K7V-RM 30.3
Athlon 750 on GA-7VM 30.3

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What does all this mean? While this is the first review of a KT133 motherboard here at Athlonmb.com, it is far from the last. I have a couple others on the test bench right now. Other boards besides the AZ11 will offer betting overclocking options, have 6 PCI slots or an ISA slot. However, if overclocking isn’t your thing, we didn’t have single problem with stability or installation issues with FIC board. Compaq trusts the AZ11 and so can you with your important information. But if you are a serious hardware nut and can’t wait to push your Duron 700 up to 950 MHz, this board is not for you.

Overall Rating
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(6.5 / 10.0)

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