Gigabyte GA-7VX

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About the Product

This ATX mobo based on the VIA KX133 supports Slot A chips and 100/110/115/120/124/129/133/138/143 MHz FSB. Comes with Creative CT5880 PCI sound, 3 DIMM, 1 AMR, 1 AGP 2x/4x, 5 PCI, 1 ISA, 2 UDMA 33/66, & AMI DualBIOS BIOS w/ 2Mbit Flash RAM.

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Gigabyte GA-7VX Reviews Rating: 77 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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Anandtech 6/10 May 06 '00
BXBoards 4.5/5 May 03 '00
Hot Hardware 8/10 Sep 22 '00
Overclockers Workbench 88.33% May 05 '00
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"While the stability of the GA-7VX was quite good, it wasn't quite up there with the leaders of the pack in this category, such as the ASUS K7V or the ABIT KA7"

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BXBoards on

"Gigabyte are something of a later comer to the KX133 board market, but there is always room for quality, and like almost all Gigabyte boards we see here, the GA-7VX has it in spades"

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Hot Hardware on

"With the exception of the slightly low hard drive scores, there isn’t anything major to hold against the GA-7VX. The lack of "jumperless" overclocking from within the BIOS is compensated for with..."

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Overclockers Workbench on

"If you're looking for no gimmicks board, you will definitely want to give Gigabyte 7VX a consideration."

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