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Shifting large amounts of data from system memory to processor is the name of the game here, Let’s see how they compare when racing to calculate Pi to 10 million decimal places. The layout of the board is generally good with the exception of an oddly placed floppy drive port. The words that spring to this reviewer’s mind are stability, quality and reliability. We’ve not seen this before, presumably it ensures compatibility with the different processors. We’re running the Valley of the Jaguar Timedemo included in the publicly available demo. BIOS duty is handled by Award.

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This as well as clearly labeled diagrams showing where the system wiring connects and what jumpers are what is a nice little bonus on this board. The software package, although not as impressive as some we’ve seen, is more than adequate.

One seemingly annoying feature is the inability to manually turn off the RAID ports when booting. Here’s a quick look at the CPU adjustments available. We calculate the a77v266 FPS after 20, frames have been encoded.

Starting at the top and working our way down, we firstly see the rotated ZIFF socket. It’s well presented, has a multitude of features and is a w7v266 in the stability stakes. That’s not to say that Asus a77v266 not been busy in the retail channel, just one look at their extensive product catalogue informs you of that. Benchmarks were run 3 times consecutively and an average score was taken.


Perhaps we’re being a bit over-critical, but we’ve seen some truly excellent motherboards come through the door recently.

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This is something that should be addressed and maybe come to light in the possible K7VF model. Through preliminary tests we were able to ascertain that SETI is extremely sensitive to memory bandwidth. All benchmarks were conducted at xx32 85Hz with vertical sync disabled.

Although the memory benchmarks hinted at a difference, we are still surprised to see it almost 3 seconds behind the MSI albeit running asynchronously. The Asus, whilst not the best, is certainly in the top half of those that we tested. Overall, we’re pretty pleased with the layout, the board looks good and everything bar the floppy port is located with thought.

Simply unplug the memory and away you go.

Review: Asus A7VE RAID Motherboard – Mainboard –

Our visual preferences were xx32 Normal settings. We’ll try the test at Fastest to garner an idea a7b266 total throughput and then at Quality to represent something that mirrors actual playing resolutions. The same story unfolds here.

Features and Installation Just a brief glimpse reveals that Asus have loaded the board with some rather nice goodies. Out attention is immediately drawn to the number of jumpers and dip-switches on the board, a7v626 we are seeing less of these days.


If you’re looking for a solid, feature-laden motherboard, you can do considerably worse than the A7VE. Can you say consistent? Downloads Mobo ID Tools. Let’s have a look at the results.

Here’s a quick rundown of our test system and benchmarks used. We’ll next turn our attention to Pifast. You’ll typically find an Asus board sitting in a ready-built PC.

However, the MSI, running with asynchronous memory, puts a little distance between itself and the Asus. We’d much rather see the floppy port d with the other IDE ports.

We would also like to see a completely jumper-free mode in BIOS.

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However, we at Hexus expect a motherboard to perform well at stock speeds, we look at motherboard manufacturers to provide that something extra, whether it be with new, innovative features or with outstanding performance.

Using slightly stricter settings resulted in failed boot-ups. Although latency is cut in half, you do sacrifice some security as RAID 0, by it’s very nature, has no redundancy.