Mated with VIA's VT8237 south bridge chip, the K8T800 offers support for AGP 8X, Serial ATA RAID, USB 2.0, six-channel audio, and the usual litany of checklist features common to today's core-logic chipsets. Short of an all out conversion to PCI Express, what more could anyone want out of an Athlon 64 chipset?
Two things, apparently. Keep reading to find out what they are.
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