I read the Anandtech review and they gave it a thumbsup
I'm not looking to overclock this just a straight
workhorse for fun/buisness.
I've got a Quantum U160 sitting around not being used
and I wanted to go ahead and try a U160 setup
since I've gotten into SCSI alot and like it since there
is no need for drivers to control my drivers.
Plus U160 is going to be the top standard for fastest
disk transfer I predict for atleast the next 2yrs.
We haven't tested the K7T Master (as it only supports ATA-66 and PC133), but we have tested the K7Master-S. This board is excellent and much more stable than the it's DDR counterpart from Asus, the A7M266. For more information, you can read my reply to the post, "Researching for new motherboard" on the first page of this forum.
'The way IT should be!'<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by stable on 02/15/01 12:34 PM.</EM></FONT></P>