is better than old
most logical question in everybody's minds right now would be,
is there any new stuff and does it solve the AGP problems? Yes
and Yes. Our Soltek board has the following dialled feature
Slot-A 550 to 800Mhz.
CPU Voltage Auto Detection Circuit.
Clock multipliers up to 8x.
Built-In AC'97 Audio Codec [Line In-Out/Mic In/Speaker Out/
and Midi Port].
3xDIMM 3.3v Sockets [8mb to 768mb Dram Size with ECC/Parity].
2xUltra ATA33/66 Bus Master IDE ports.
1xPS/2 Mouse Connector.
1xPS/2 Keyboard Connector.
1x2.88mb Floppy port.
2x16550A Uart Ports (Serial/Comm).
1xIrDA TX/RX Header Port.
Power-On by LAN(WOL).
ATX Form Factor (19cm x 30.5cm).
Custom temperature connector/monitor.
you can see the board has a lot going for it and that new 133Mhz
FSB should make a world of difference, or should it? The other
thing to note is that the AGPx4 also supports 'Fast Writes'
and can transfer at around 1Gigabyte a second, very fast. It's
a far cry from the duff AGPx2, 100Mhz FSB and slightly buggy
VIA/AMD Chipset of the past, but does it live up to all the