Aopen and Gigabyte SIS 655 review on ocworkbench

Aopen:
<A HREF="http://www.ocworkbench.com/2003/aopen/ax45-4dmax/ax45-4dmax-1.htm" target="_new">http://www.ocworkbench.com/2003/aopen/ax45-4dmax/ax45-4dmax-1.htm</A>

Gigabyte:
<A HREF="http://www.ocworkbench.com/2003/gigabyte/sinxp1394/sinxp1394-1.htm" target="_new">http://www.ocworkbench.com/2003/gigabyte/sinxp1394/sinxp1394-1.htm</A>

Found these on Anandtech forum. Haven't read through em.
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  1. For all who have say that I850E will fall with the introduce of SIS 655 and granite bay P4T533 is still the fastest with the slowest FSB of the bunch

    Just next to the lab and the bunker you will find the marketing departement.
  2. Hey, that AOPEN AX45-4D Max looks interesting. Thanks.

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  3. The Betas are comming, the betas are comming! ATTACK OF THE FIGHTING FISH!

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  4. Are they gonna tweak these?

    These boards should show a greater improvement over 850e than these results indicate, shouldn't they?

    How long do you think it will be before Tom's reviews them?

    Didn't Toms show the Asus 850e board with RIMM 4200 actually slower than 3200?

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  5. Yes, they should, but you have to remember that SiS is a much smaller company than their competitors in the chipset market and developement takes time. I expect BIOS improvemts to add a couple percent to these scores.

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