Kyle at the ever-so cold, HardOCP got ahold of MSI's latest, a Pentium III motherboard with dual sockets for PIIIs and a VIA chipset, and he abused it for a while, then wrote about it, took some screen shots, and called it a review.
The results are excellent.
Kyle even overclocked a pair of 600MHz Pentium III's on this pup to 950MHz each, just to make the rest of us feel inadequate. This beast of a board comes with a Promise ATA-100 drive controller for cheap RAID action, and the thing can be equipped with FireWire, as well. Plus stylish pinstripes.
You need this mobo. Just ignore those memory bandwidth scores, and everything will be fine.
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