Supermicro P3TDDE reviewed at TechWareNet
Posted on: 03/25/2002 01:55 AM

TechWareNet have had a look at the Supermicro P3TDDE. This is a dual Tualatin capable PIII board for basic workstation use.
This motherboard will support CPU's with different Vcore voltages and run them at their default voltage. This is a good thing, since I have 1 chip running with a 1.65Vcore and another with a 1.7Vcore. I like the heatsinks that were included. They were easy to install and do good cooling. This board is pricier than most dual processor boards using SDRAM, save one's featuring ServerWorks and/or on-board SCSI, but I feel that the inclusion and stability of the board are worth it.
Probably a good choice if you're after a basic but solid dual PIII board with a minimum of extra features. You'll find it here.

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