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GIGABYTE GA7VRX

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April 8, 2002 10:48:32 PM

I am wanting to buy this MB but I can't find anything on it. I find all kinds of stuff on the Gigibyte GA7VRXP. What is with the "P". Are these the same boards. They both use the Kt333 chipset.
This is how it is listed:GIGABYTE GA7VRX SOCKET A VIA KT333 5PCI/0ISA/0CNR 3DDR 1AGP4X ATA

One more question, the ATA part there( I'm new to building)does that have to do with the type of power it needs? So when I buy a power supply do I need to look for ATA? Because most of them say ATX. It's confusing.

<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by mogo22 on 04/08/02 06:51 PM.</EM></FONT></P>

More about : gigabyte ga7vrx

April 8, 2002 11:04:06 PM

<A HREF="http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/products/7vrx.htm" target="_new">GA-7VRX</A>


<A HREF="http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/products/7vrxp.htm" target="_new">GA-7VRXP</A>

ATX is the form factor of the motherboard. Simply put, ATX mobo = ATX case. Nothing heavy.

ATA= AT attachment. ATA33/66/100/133 is the speed in (mega bits per second) a particular device will run at. 66/100/133 relates to hard drive speed. Check out hard drives and you'll see the same sort of info in their descriptions.

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a b V Motherboard
April 8, 2002 11:27:51 PM

thx for the links. So I can use ATX case and Power supply right? And it just looks like the difference is there are more features on the P version.
April 8, 2002 11:53:27 PM

No probs.

Yes ATX is the standard. These boards and most others are ATX. Don't worry. Unless you specify otherwise, ATX will be what is refered to.

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