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Summary

Via Apollo Kt600 Chipset
Atx
Socket A
Fsb: 400 Mhz
Max Ram: 3 Gb
Serial Ata X 2
Dma/ata-133 (ultra) X 2
Network Adapter
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Asus A7V600

“Well laid out board and easy to install, Good web...”

Written on: 26/12/2008 by Tyger (6 reviews written)

Well laid out board and easy to install, Good web support, Good board at a reasonable price. Pity about the quality, I had two of these boards both of which had catastrophic failures at about 18 months.
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Asus A7V600

“The Asus A7V600 has proved to be a shrewd investment,...”

Written on: 02/04/2005 by harhoo (1 review written)

The Asus A7V600 has proved to be a shrewd investment, I'm only a hobbiest, not a pro, and this was my first start-to-finish build. On top of that, I'm a 57 year old woman. I feel my research paid off in getting good components, and I am quite pleased with this motherboard. My goal with this build was to be able to transfer videotapes to my computer for editing and preserving on DVD. This motherboard supports all the bells and whistles I need to do that. I'd definitely recommend it, and have… Read Full Review

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Asus A7V600

“Whilst the Asus A7V600 motherboard supports two S-ATA...”

Written on: 23/03/2005 by bograt (1 review written)

Whilst the Asus A7V600 motherboard supports two S-ATA devices it has been my experience and that of others that attempting to install many of the Linux Distro's i.e Red Hat Suse etc is a total nightmare especially if you are very new and inexperienced with Linux which requires users to build or recompile the older kernels. It is important to remember that Microsoft isn't the only operating system so thought needs to be given to this… Read Full Review

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Asus A7V600

“The reasonably plain ASUS A7V600 features the KT600...”

Written on: 31/08/2003 by shacks (1 review written)

The reasonably plain ASUS A7V600 features the KT600 chipset and there is no "Deluxe" version of this board to speak of. Although, the A7V600 may seem a little lite on features compared to other ASUS bred boards it still provides the user with all the essential gear such as LAN, Serial ATA and Audio.

ASUS has selected the 3COM 3C940 controller offering Gigabit LAN support and is equipped with a unique net-diagnosing utility called VCT (Virtual Cable Tester). The controller intelligently… Read Full Review

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Written on: 23/03/2005

S-ATA does not support Linux i.e, suse without recompiling older kernels. If your a newbee in linux this will prove a nightmare. Whilst Linux will detect a S-ATA HDD many many people have reported major problems installing a Linux OS due to controller problems with hardware raid, me being one of them.

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