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Chipset: VIA Apollo MVP4 (100 MHz) PCIset

Added Features:   Supports CPU voltage selection by DIP switches. Supports External Modem Ring-in Power ON Function. Supports Hardware Monitoring Function by VT82C686A Onboard Video and Sound


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So Far 8 of you have given this board an Overall Rating Of: 97.75%
Ease of Installation Rating: 96.38
You rated the included documentation at: 93.0%
And rated your performance increase at 98.62%

The last few people to rate this board (that also left comments) had this to say:


John J. Pellegrino said: I had a spare processor, a 350, and CAD software that would not run in a K6-2, 550 with a Nvidia card, so I bought a MVP4M m/b, version 0.4, that will also be a back up for the NET etc. I was pleasantly surprised to see that this combination is almost as

Arthur said: Very fine mboard, onboard video is fine, no compat probs, onboard sound is very good. Seems to be quite good, CPU is AMD K6 III @ 400mHz, overclocked to 434mHz, no probs at all, running about 1 year: Very interesting settings: 3.5 x 124, 2.2 volts, ru

Arthur said: Very fine mboard, onboard video is fine, no compat probs, onboard sound is very good. Seems to be quite good, CPU is AMD K6 III @ 400mHz, overclocked to 434mHz, no probs at all, running about 1 year: Very interesting settings: 3.5 x 124, 2.2 volts, ru

mudoggy said: For an easy to set up and use system, this board is great. It has built in video and sound, so it is NOT for power users or rabid overclockers (in my opinion). It has been extremely stable, although I have not pushed it. Well worth the money I spent on


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  • Users experienced in overclocking have left the following comments:
    Arthur has pushed a CPU with a default speed of 400MHz up to 434MHz!
    Stability: 10
    Remarks: Running about 1 year no crashing, ever. Settings: 3.5 x 124, 2.2 volts. To get the HIGH bus speed (124 mHz), had to DISABLE UDMA in BIOS for both IDE channels, but Hard Drives and CDROM do data transfer far faster than UATA-66 at default (400mHz) according to ZD disk benchmarks.
    Alan has pushed a CPU with a default speed of 333MHz up to 500MHz!
    Stability: 10
    Remarks: running at 2.3 volts. Before peltier and voltage increase, I couldn't run it beyond 375MHz (75 FSB)
    Neil Rey Gallano has pushed a CPU with a default speed of 350MHz up to 400MHz!
    Stability: 10
    Remarks: no temp. probe cant tell.and im actually using a HIS MVP4 mainboard Epox was the I found closest.
    Kyle has pushed a CPU with a default speed of 450MHz up to 550MHz!
    Stability: 10
    Remarks: Very Fast System......... Very Fast

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    On 03-Jul-00, MoSes left the following
    Comment: Excellent board, with nice 3d graphics and sound. A very solid performer and barely any crashes or slowiness like other socket7 boards with onboard video and sound (sis530, yucK!). Worth every cent I payed for it!

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