At it's basic, the Albatron PX 875P Pro motherboard is a good solid board. While the board is lacking in features that other 875 based boards might sport, not everyone needs those features. The lack of FireWire doesn't make a difference to me, nor the lack of Gigabit LAN that other boards are starting to sport. While the ABIT IC7 Max3 bested the Albatron board in all but one of the benchmarks, the differences are so negligible as to be not worth mentioning. The board layout allows for ease of installation with a non-crowded look to it. The overclocking potential is definitely there with the BIOS options, especially the possible 1200MHz front side bus. Sometime, I'd like to borrow one of Dean's water cooling setups, just to see what I can hit using this motherboard. It should be interesting to see how Albatron decides to price the board as price can make or break a product's acceptance on the market. Albatron has done a very nice job with their PX 875 Pro board and you won't be disappointed if this is your next upgrade.
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