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Review of Elite Group K7VMA motherboard

Posted on Wednesday, April 18, 2001 @ 04:16:08 PM CDT by David Yee [] [read 6313 times]

 
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[excerpt] By the looks, this board reminded of FICís AZ11- one of the sides of the motherboard is quite empty and makes you think that this might have been a micro-ATX board turned into an ATX board. Expansion isnít that great either with only four PCI slots which is less for nowadays. Besides the four PCI slots, you have one AGP and one AMR slots. I get the feeling that ECS wants this board positioned in the OEM market.





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2001-05-21 19:17:0620I have the K7VMA motherboard with a duron 800mhz. Like I read, you can't change the clock multiplier or the voltage. I was able to overclock my duron 800 to 897mhz though. I benchmarked it afterwards to make sure that is was overclocked. Sure enough it benchmarked faster! I haven't ran any type of stress test on it yet because I don't know where to find one. I have also looked for an upgrade to the bios so I could change the clock multipliers, but have had little success. If you can help me find any of those things It would help a lot.
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Keifer5710@aol.com