Motherboard: Asus A7V333 Review :: Conclusion

05-23-2002 · Category: Motherboards

By Doc Overclock

I was left with mixed but good feelings about this motherboard due to the fact that the voltage options were limited and being an overclocker at heart I expected a bit more control in this area. But even taking that in mind and pointing fingers at its little flaws this is still a great motherboard as even in its default state it is very quick and also very stable.

For someone who does not care about overclocking this is probably one of the ultimate motherboards you can buy as it is very user friendly in its Jumper-Free mode. As you can see if you choose to use the jumper jungle it is a nightmare to work with for the beginner and even for the experts it is still just a hassle not worth tackling.

This is the highest overall scoring motherboard to date for the Athlon platform and will be a tough cookie to beat. Hand over the crown to ASUS the new king of the AMD arena as it takes the lead in our ranking charts and wins an Editor's Choice award here at Motherboards.org. ASUS I am sure will sell a ton of these boards as they are still the number one bad boy of the motherboard world and have once again taken the lead.

Doc out