Posted on Wednesday, August 11 2004 @ 11:04:01 CEST by LSDsmurf
AMD is doing a tremendous job making 64-bit processors available for the desktop machine. The usual lot of chipset providers jumped to the table and assembled motherboards to once again rally behind AMD. The VIA K8T800 chipset is among the most widely adopted and deployed chipset brining high performance and nearly limitless expansion to home PC machines. Sharing the spotlight with the nVidia chipset has become a constant ordeal for VIA, which makes even the most minute feature as important as rock solid stability. Albatron has sent us the K8X800 Pro II which is based on the VIA K8T800 chipset. Though the name of the motherboard suggests it, the implemented chipset is the K8T800 "non-pro" which will leave us in Overclocking peril without a PCI/AGP lock in place. Still, the motherboard does sport a long feature list! Take a look at the K8X800 Pro II, over at Club Overclocker.