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Soltek EQ3901A is noway a revolutionary new kit, it's a typical sequel to the successful Qbic series, but with some minor shortcomings of its predecessors fixed. But the capacity to reach high performance with its standard top Athlon 64 FX or a cheaper Athlon 64 in overclocked mode guarantees noticeable interest to this model. Add the time-proven and new functionality of the Soltek Qbic series (unique in many respects), and you'll get an undoubtedly attractive product, which will disappoint its potential owners only by its relatively high price (about 300 USD at the moment the article was written).
In conclusion we'll publish a short list of the most typical pros and cons of the barebone-kit under review.
This model on the official site of the manufacturer.
Sergei Pikalov (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
January 17, 2005