ABOUT THE K7S5A BOARD
Updated 05/11/02 by Tim B @ OCWorkbench.com
Athlon XP (Throughbred up to XP2600+)
Hardware Monitor - ITE8705F
DIMM sockets and 2 DIMM sockets support (can not be used simultaneously)
2MB Flash EEPROM
PS/2 keyboard connector
ATX (304mm*244mm), 4 Layers
You can read the whole specs at the ECS Website.
2. Does the K7S5A support the Athlon XP (Thoroughbred) chip?
Yes, AMD has certified the K7S5A for use with all XP processors up to XP2600+
3. What does the "XP" sticker on my board mean?
The sticker means the K7S5A has been approved by AMD for use with their XP processors
4. Where can I read reviews of the K7S5A?
This are some of the K7S5A reviews, the list is by no means complete but it should give you a good feeling for the board.
5. Where can I buy the K7S5A?
You can get the K7S5A many places, for around $50 before shipping. As always, check Pricewatch first to get an idea of where to get it and how much to pay for it. In the US, the store I can personally recommend since I've bought from them before, is NewEgg.com. They sell the board cheap, and ship quickly.
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