The cold, HardOCP meets Shuttle's AV40

— 5:57 AM on September 19, 2001

Kyle has finished up his review of Shuttle's AV40 mobo, which is probably the first brand-name motherboard available that uses VIA's P4X266 chipset. (Check our P4X266 review if you don't know what all the fuss is about.) I've been testing one of these boards, and it sports more overclocking options than a whole truckload of Dells. Go check out Kyle's take on the AV40 to answer several burning questions: Can a chipset that ignited a lawsuit effectively meld DDR and the Pentium 4 in an unnatural union? Can you really buy a P4X266 mobo? Can DDR match RDRAM? Can Kyle learn to love a Shuttle motherboard? Or should that be... S[H]uttle?

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