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Anand's review of the Asus P3V4X (0 Comments) (link)
 Saturday, 18-March-2000  09:22:22 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Anand's reviewed this Apollo Pro 133A motherboard which has received so much coverage in our own forums. Hear what he had to say here. Here's a snip:

The P3V4X also features an undocumented jumper that's labeled VIO near the DIMM slot. It's purpose is to raise the I/O voltage of the memory, chipset, and CPU to 3.6V from the already high 3.5V (the traditional value is 3.3V). While we've yet to see it actually make a difference, it can theoretically help in certain overclocking situations.



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