Albatron PX 875P PRO Review

Subject: Motherboards | March 24, 2004 - 09:08 PM |
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Motherboards.org takes up two slots on the News page today as they submit another of their dual reviews. First up is the Albatron 875 Pro.

So what do I like about the Albatron PX 875P PRO motherboard? It's
based upon Intel's 875P chipset which fully supports Prescott and
Extreme Edition CPUs without need for BIOS upgrade like some early
875 motherboards might. That means for the near future at least,
you're assured of support for every CPUs that Intel has available.
Performance of the Albatron 875P is close to the top of its class,
leading other 875P motherboards in almost every benchmark.

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