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Date:  19-Nov-00
Name:  Norbert Schmidt

Comments:  To Les and Vladimir Stepanov: I own a FIC VA-503+ (PCB 1.2A) too and I successfully use two PC133 DIMMs, each with 128 MB (MDT33S12880-7-5 from Memory Solutions, should be a Siemens OEM says my Dealer, www.cb-h.de) in this Board. I tried to get my brandnew K6-2+/450ACZ at work; the problem is the last official BIOS JE439. Now I will try it again with the new beta JE4330, which should work. Hope, I could help you; so long, Norbert :-)

Date:  07-Nov-00
Name:  Les

Comments:   I have a FIC VA-503+ mother board, and would like to know if there are any problems if you run 128mb of pc100 memory in each dimm slot? Or if you were running 128mb of pc133 memory in each slot? Would it be better to run 265mb of memory in one slot? Thanks Les

Date:  27-Oct-00
Name:  MAIA

Comments:  This place is dead, isn't it?

Date:  04-Oct-00
Name:  jesus peņa

Comments:  Hello, I need to connect a motherboard, but I donīt know how to do it. thanks

Date:  10-Sep-00
Name:  Vladimir Stepanov

Comments:   Dear Sirs, I'm interesting in any information about possibility of using K6-2+ on FIC VA-503+. Maybe you help me to find it ?! And one comment: the link on Forums (http://super7.pcstats.com/) on your site didn't work. Thanks in advance

Date:  10-Sep-00
Name:  Vladimir Stepanov

Comments:   Dear Sirs, I'm interesting in any information about possibility of using K6-2+ on FIC VA-503+. Maybe you help me to find it ?! Thanks in advance

Date:  26-Aug-00
Name:  mega manu

Comments:  I want know if the motherboards with dual processors be able to run in the new s.o of microsoft: Windows ME (millenium) Thanks

Date:  18-Aug-00
Name:  Jason Cook

Comments:  Where the hell are the updates? I used to visit Super7.net daily because of new news and reviews, but its been a month and a half since the last update. Come on, don' tlose the site, but where's everything. Even reviews on the dock slated for last months aren't even out yet.

Date:  14-Aug-00
Name:  KALLE WESALA, JR.

Comments:  i just found your site and feel that you have done a great job.

Date:  28-Jul-00
Name:  Ittai Shiu

Comments:  Since Super7.net is such a significant resource for PC Games I thought you might be interested in the latest news from Microsoft regarding their latest Operating System, Windows Millennium Edition. As you may know, Windows Me has many features that would be of great interest to hard core gamers such as new digital media features which allow you experience the best in graphics and audio and enhanced home networking wizards which allows you to easily create your own home network. Microsoft will be giving away 50 copies of Windows Me each day and because many of your readers would be interested in these features, I thought they might be interested in such an exciting opportunity. Please consider including the following announcement in your next issue: In anticipation of the release of Windows Millennium Edition, Microsoft will be giving away limited edition copies of Windows Me to Windows enthusiasts. Enter to win at http://www.winmesweeps.com and you also have a chance to win a digital camera and a trip to Seattle to see the Microsoft Home of the Future and attend the Windows Me launch party. Windows Me includes DirectX 7 API which ensures that gaming is the best visual and auditory experience possible-regardless of your hardware configuration. DirectX is a standardized group of technologies designed by Microsoft to make Windows-based computers an ideal platform for running the latest DVDs and games, as well as any other application that features full-color graphics, video, 3-D animation, and surround sound. Head to Head Gaming is made simple through a Home Networking Wizard which walks you through the process, step by step. The wizard makes it easy to include computers running Windows 95 or Windows 98 in your network, and to connect peripheral devices to your network. If you have any questions or comments about the Windows Millennium Edition sweepstakes contact me and please feel free to use any buttons or banners in the Windows Me branding kit located at http://www.microsoft.com/windowsme/brand/brandingkit.asp. Best Regards, Ittai Shiu Representative for Windows Millennium Edition

Date:  27-Jul-00
Name:  pedro contente

Comments:  Hi, i'd just like to say, that i'm using a mainboard not reported on this site, and as i've seen references to it but no reviews, i'm making my own review, well.. the mainboard is a luckyteck P6K7A, slot A, the chipset it's the newest chipset for athlon boards from via, the KX133, it's a very good inexpensive board, very easy t install, i put my system to work at very first time i assembled it, whit no aditional configurations, the board detected the processor, i installed the OS, and that was it, no further problems till now, and has passed 2 months since i've bought it. Conclusion: think of which board you're going to buy, don't be pushed by brands to a specific board, explore the market, and see which board meets the required features you want, compare the prices and decide. I was going to buy an ASSus Tech board....

Date:  01-Jul-00
Name:  Charles Ellis

Comments:  Your Bottom Dollar search engine sucks!!!

Date:  30-Jun-00
Name:  mark

Comments:  how about a socket A section !

Date:  24-Jun-00
Name:  Jim Spellman

Comments:  Greetings-- I recently learned about your site, and like what I've seen so far. I'm looking forward to seeing followup reviews on motherboards that will support AMD's Duron/Thunderbird CPUs. I've stumbled across a unique situation that I'd appreciate if you could look into. I recently purchased a highly rated EPoX Int'l EP-MVP3C2 (AT form factor) motherboard -- based in part on this web site's reviews -- to upgrade an existing system. I was looking to also purchase the EP-MVP3G5 (ATX) for another system, but I'm holding off until I see more Duron-supported boards hit the market (based on initial reviews of the new CPU). In looking for a CPU for this motherboard, I've priced AMD's K6-2/550 for about $72 at a recent computer show (not bad, considering I paid $75 for a regular K6/200 two years ago). However, TigerDirect is offering a K6-III/350 3DX (2.1v-2.3v) CPU for $39.99. The problem is -- AMD's Tech Support states the K6-III/350 was manufactured for a specific customer and is not a regular production product; there is no warranty or support for the product, nor documentation to support it or recommended motherboards, since the K6-III is an "end of life product" (as you may know, the K6-III line has been discontinued due to its overlap with the Athlon line, plus it was expensive to produce with the additional L2 cache) Ironically, the K6-2 line is still being manufactured, with improvements still being made to the product. According to EPoX Tech Support, they were not aware AMD's K6-III/350 existed; They say their board will only support a K6-III in the 400-450Mhz range (as well as K6-2's up to 550Mhz). HOWEVER, according to their owners manual under the K6/K6-2/K6-III column, they show jumper and voltage settings for a 350Mhz CPU that the board apparently *will* support. My Question to you at Super 7.net is this: do you or your staff have any personal experience with this particular CPU and would recommend its usage, or should I stick with a K6-2 in the 400-550Mhz range? I don't want to make a $40 mistake by getting the wrong CPU -- but at that price with the additional L2 cache, it's very tempting -- and half the price of a K6-2/550. Thank you, in advance, for your time and consideration in this matter. ~JS~

Date:  24-Jun-00
Name:  Jim Spellman

Comments:  Greetings-- I recently learned about your site, and like what I've seen so far. I'm looking forward to seeing followup reviews on motherboards that will support AMD's Duron/Thunderbird CPUs. I've stumbled across a unique situation that I'd appreciate if you could look into. I recently purchased a highly rated EPoX Int'l EP-MVP3C2 (AT form factor) motherboard -- based in part on this web site's reviews -- to upgrade an existing system. I was looking to also purchase the EP-MVP3G5 (ATX) for another system, but I'm holding off until I see more Duron-supported boards hit the market (based on initial reviews of the new CPU). In looking for a CPU for this motherboard, I've priced AMD's K6-2/550 for about $72 at a recent computer show (not bad, considering I paid $75 for a regular K6/200 two years ago). However, TigerDirect is offering a K6-III/350 3DX (2.1v-2.3v) CPU for $39.99. The problem is -- AMD's Tech Support states the K6-III/350 was manufactured for a specific customer and is not a regular production product; there is no warranty or support for the product, nor documentation to support it or recommended motherboards, since the K6-III is an "end of life product" (as you may know, the K6-III line has been discontinued due to its overlap with the Athlon line, plus it was expensive to produce with the additional L2 cache) Ironically, the K6-2 line is still being manufactured, with improvements still being made to the product. According to EPoX Tech Support, they were not aware AMD's K6-III/350 existed; They say their board will only support a K6-III in the 400-450Mhz range (as well as K6-2's up to 550Mhz). HOWEVER, according to their owners manual under the K6/K6-2/K6-III column, they show jumper and voltage settings for a 350Mhz CPU that the board apparently *will* support. My Question to you at Super 7.net is this: do you or your staff have any personal experience with this particular CPU and would recommend its usage, or should I stick with a K6-2 in the 400-550Mhz range? I don't want to make a $40 mistake by getting the wrong CPU -- but at that price with the additional L2 cache, it's very tempting -- and half the price of a K6-2/550. Thank you, in advance, for your time and consideration in this matter. ~JS~

Date:  19-Jun-00
Name:  Paul Goretti

Comments:  Hi Really enjoyed reading the site, very glad that people like you exist to help newbies like myself. I'd really like to see a step by step account of how to go about overclocking a P233mmx or even some links to sites that include such detail. I know its really difficult to produce a "blanket" overview, so I won't hold my breath too long. Cheers and well done on a superb site! Paul

Date:  19-Jun-00
Name:  Paul Goretti

Comments:  Hi Really enjoyed reading the site, very glad that people like you exist to help newbies like myself. I'd really like to see a step by step account of how to go about overclocking a P233mmx or even some links to sites that include such detail. I know its really difficult to produce a "blanket" overview, so I won't hold my breath too long. Cheers and well done on a superb site! Paul

Date:  18-Jun-00
Name:  ed

Comments:  Dear Sir, I'm planning to buy motherboard of MIS model no.MS 5169,did you make any review about this particular motherboard. Thanks

Date:  15-Jun-00
Name:  Chris Buffam

Comments:  In your article on the ATI Rage Fury MAXX, you stated that it wouldn't boot in an Athlon KX133 based system without patching it. I'm here to say I built myself an Athlon system with the Abit KA7 (KX133) and the MAXX without any problems. It booted up just fine, installed the drivers no problems. I too read the horrow stories about the Epox KX133 mobo and no video with the MAXX. But there are KX133 boards out there that like the MAXX just fine.

Date:  14-Jun-00
Name:  Wei-Min

Comments:  Hello guys, I just flashed my Guillemot Geforce SDR to the latest bios that was giving in the Guillemot website.. Then i used h-oda's program WCPUID to check my agp sidebanding, and it still says disabled... after flashing am i suppose to do something else to enable it? Thanks a lot for reading.

Date:  11-Jun-00
Name:  Frank Maruschak

Comments:  What will happen when the majority of the web site reviewers, obsessed with the latest, fastest, most expensive hardware and software become so exclusive that only a hand full of individuals have the recourses to receive the review information? If Microsoft was doing what "everybody" wanted why didn't thousands of "users" file friend of the court briefs in its defense? I must say I enjoyed reading articles on this site until I was cut off by progress. Has anyone figured out how to grind up obsolete computer hardware to use as fertilizer yet? Do you think I might be able to read the SiS 540 review if I plant my antique system in the back yard? If I water, cultivate, and tend it for a time will it mature? Thanks it was nice while it lasted.

Date:  31-May-00
Name:  Tim Dewyngaert

Comments:  any news on sis540 ?

Date:  26-May-00
Name:  Jimmy 'SlowHand' Blevens

Comments:  Hey, could you fix the Forums section soon! It's been days!

Date:  25-May-00
Name:  Frank Maruschak

Comments:  I would like to see information on mobile processors. I would like to know if the K-6 II+ or the K-6 III+ have been tested in any super seven desktop motherboards. There are significant advantages in using a processor that uses 4 watts of power over the ones that use 40 to 70 watts. If the only thing needed is a bios this might be an inexpensive way to promote and extend the life of super seven products. Customers who live in warm climates may appreciate the absence of the truck load of fan necessary for keeping a desktop system cool. Thank you in advance for listening.

Date:  25-May-00
Name:  Steve K.

Comments:  Hey Boomer, the site sure seems to load pages faster than it did before. Way to go! Hope you do some more Athlon MB reviews as I am getting ready to shuck the ol' super7 system (FIC Va-503+)b but it was great while it lasted!!!

Date:  24-May-00
Name:  george

Comments:  how about the sis 540 review ?

Date:  24-May-00
Name:  The Dervish

Comments:  I still have an old HX Biostar board but I'm not too handy so I want to know about these CPU Upgrade PCI cards that can change your Pentium mainboard into a PII 500MHz. Do they work? Can you review any of them??? T.D.

Date:  23-May-00
Name:  Mason

Comments:  Id like to see overclocking articles on the AMD K6-III's and faster K6-2s. Also more tips for making my PC run better.

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