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Iwill KK266Plus KT133A Motherboard Review

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Introduction

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Anyone who has read previous articles on Iwill motherboards, such as our original KK266 review, will know that Iwill made a name for themselves in both their KT133A chipset based KK266 board but also in their pioneering in the DDR market with the KA266 motherboard based on the Ali MAGiK 1 chipset. Iwill is back again with the ‘Plus’ version of both of these motherboards. Today we are looking at the KK266Plus board that is still based on the KT133A chipset but is complete as far as Iwill engineers and marketers are concerned.


In a time when DDR motherboards are closer and closer to taking over the market, what can Iwill offer with an SDRAM motherboard? Quite a lot you will find out, but first lets take a look at the specs of the board up front:





Motherboard Specifications


CPU Socket

Socket A (200/266 MHz Support)


Chipset

VIA KT133A


Form Factor

ATX


Multiplier Options

5.5 - 12.5x


Bus Speed Options

95 - 250 MHz in 1 MHz Increments


Voltages

1.35v - 1.85v


Memory Support

3 x 168-pin SDRAM PC100/PC133 Support


Expansion Slots

6/1/1/0 (PCI/ISA/AGP/AMR)


AGP Support

4x AGP


USB Support

2x Standard USB ports

2x Add-on USB ports


Integrated Components

6 channel CMI Audio


Bios

Phoenix


Onboard IDE

2 x ATA100 EIDE
2 x ATA100/RAID IDE (optional)