Wed, 22 Sep 2004
MSI K8N Neo2 Platinum scored a winner with their implementation of the nForce 3 250Gb
When the AMD Athlon 64 (A64) was released, the VIA K8T800 was the only viable option for home users. The chipset allowed for plenty of features, with plenty of performance behind it. Soon after, the nForce 3 Pro 150 was released, but it didn't generate the same interest as the nForce 2 did for the Athlon XP community. It didn't offer much in the ways of next-gen technology, and the 600MHz Hypertransport interface paled when compared to VIA's 800MHz.
With the MSI K8N Neo Platinum, sporting the new nForce 3 250Gb chipset, MSI and N ...