VIAhardware is fast out of the gate with an early look at the Shuttle AV30. This motherboard is based on the VIA Apollo Pro 266 chipset. They bench with a Pentium III 650MHz and compare it to the i815E and Apollo Pro 133A. Sandra tests are...but Quake III performance really takes off. The review as it is now seems truncated at four pages but is still worth the trip if only for the benchmarks.
Update: X-bit labs reviews the VIA Apollo Pro 266 chipset.
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