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Old 10-03-02, 11:32 PM   #1
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Default Can a 7VTXE+(gigabyte) survive as a gamer board?

Has reliability or stability ever been a problem for this board?

It's my understanding that the nforce chipset is this board(kt266a)'s main competitor and performance equivalent. Is this a truth?

Has this board been a bad overclocker? I notice it lacks some of the 7VTXH's on board features... ahem.

Is a kt266a ddr333 friendly?

I paid $86 for this board in late Feb. (upgrade from 7ZMMH/km133a) and would like to know if it's worth upgrading the power supply/cooling system to OC this board, or if this setup is non-stock-unfriendly.

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