Iwill VD133


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The VD133 supports the Intel Pentium II/III processor up to 600MHz. It features 3 DIMM sockets, supports 66 ~ 150Mhz System Bus Clock, and supports Dual Ultra DMA 33/66.


Iwill VD133 Reviews Rating: 83 out of 100 based on 7 ratings.

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Active Hardware 91/100 Nov 22 '99
Active Hardware  --- May 03 '00
AGN Hardware 8/10 Sep 08 '99
Ars Technica 4.5/5 Feb 02 '00
FullOn3D 81% Apr 17 '00
Hardware Central 4.5/5 Apr 05 '00
Hardware Extreme 8/10 Oct 25 '99
Hardware One  --- Jun 10 '00
Hardware Zone 3.5/5 May 08 '00
PC Roddin  --- Jun 29 '00
SharkyExtreme 8/10 Nov 05 '00
Super7.net  --- Nov 22 '99
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Iwill VD133 Roundups and Shootouts

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Iwill VD133 Review Ars Technica -- Mar 06 '00

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"The Iwill VD133 Gold truly deserves its name - despite average Overclocking performance and stability. The VD133 itself attained nearly unheard-of scores on our evaluation grid. By coming enriched..."

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Ars Technica on

"While I was testing the ABIT VA6 board I was able to get my PIII 667 to boot, but it wouldn't run stable there. It seemed that no matter how much mojo I threw at it (increased voltage/cooling) it..."

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FullOn3D on

"The Iwill board is a good choice for a low cost VIA-based motherboard because it is extremely stable in business applications. However, there are some issues with the G400 and possibly other video..."

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Hardware Central on

"So, the feature that will differentiate the VD133 Gold from the competition is undoubtedly the on-board SCSI. Nestled between the fourth PCI slot and the optional ISA slot is a single 50-pin..."

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Hardware One on

"Overall this motherboard has our recommendation. In fact, Wilfred has the VD133Pro right now as one of the Hardware-One test bench setup, chugging a cB0 stepping PIII 700E FCPGA at a cool 933MHz."

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