There's a saying better late then never and I think that's very true when we talk about the Athlon64 and Athlon64 FX processors. If
While everyone else is trying to target the mainstream users, Albatron know that it's the enthusiasts who are most likely to adopt the Athlon64 right now, and their K8X800 Pro II is directly targeted towards that very crowd. Why else would they use a copper Northbridge cooler, or give the end user so many voltage options?
Performance of the Albatron K8X800 ProII motherboard was indeed very good, but it seemed to trail the MSI K8T Neo in 3D applications. If you're an overclocker the K8X800 Pro II is certainly a very enticing option as it allows you to use multipliers lower then 10x. Our particular board maxed out at 245 MHz but we were also able to overclock the processor and memory higher on the Albatron K8X800 Pro II than with the MSI K8T Neo thanks to the better functioning voltage options.
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