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Overall 8

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Tweak Town
25 October 2007
  • Excerpt: Intel's platform for the Core 2 series of CPUs keeps growing and growing. While things started out in the mid-range with the P35 chipset, we have now seen the ultra high-end X38 arrive as well as the G33 chipset which is basically the P35 with onboard graphics and 1333MHz FSB support along with certification for Intel ViiV technology.
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Overall 9


4 October 2007
  • Summary: With a price of around $75 the ECS G31T-M is about as cheap as it gets when you want to run a modern Core 2 Duo CPU on a budget motherboard. The board supports all Pentium, Core 2, Core 2 Quad processors, even the new 1333 FSB CPUs. Certainly some things have to be left out when building such a cheap motherboard, for example Gigabit Ethernet or two memory slots. But for a normal desktop, work or basic gaming system this will not really matter.
  • Pros: Great price, Good performance, 1333 FSB and Quad Core support, MicroATX, On-board VGA, Quiet, only passive cooling, Fan speed control in BIOS
  • Cons: Limited overclocking options in BIOS, No Gigabit Ethernet, Only two fan connectors, VGA can not output DVI/HDMI/HDCP, Only two memory slots, 5.1 Audio but no 5.1 output jacks
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ECS EliteGroup G31T-M

15 October 2007
  • Summary: ECS EliteGroup ha sabido construir un producto que dispone de un rendimiento general muy bueno, sobretodo teniendo en cuenta que fue desarrollado en base al chipset G31 que se encuentra destinado al sector Entry Level. El ECS G31T-M dispone de muy buenos extras haciendo de si mismo un motherboard muy completo en cuanto a prestaciones y a performance stock.
  • Pros: - Sumamente estable.
  • Cons: - No dispone de control de voltajes.
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