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ECS K7AMA
   
 Date  : Jul 24th, 2001
 Category  : Motherboards
 Manufacturer   : ECS
 Author  : Jin-Wei Tioh
Over the past few months, numerous Socket-370 and Socket-A DDR motherboards have been introduced. One thing they had in common is that they were all based on one of VIA's DDR chipsets, whether it was the KT266 or the Apollo 266. ECS bucks the trend with the introduction of the K7AMA, featuring ALi's flagship DDR chipset, the ALiMAGiK 1.

In our second motherboard review, we present ECS's ALiMAGiK 1 Socket-A Solution, the K7AMA. The ALiMAGiK 1 motherboard market looks to be just as competitive as the KT133A market, with ASUS, Transcend, IWill and Soyo also having released their solutions. Here's a brief technical overview of the K7AMA :

ECS K7AMA Specifications
CPU Type Socket-A / Socket-462
Chipset ALiMAGiK 1 (M1647 North Bridge, M1535D+ South Bridge)
Form Factor ATX
FSB Speeds 100, 133 MHz
CPU Core Voltages Auto Detect
1.100 - 1.850 V
I/O Voltages 3.3 V
Memory Banks 2 168-pin DIMM Slots (SDRAM)
2 184-pin DIMM Slots (DDR-RAM)
Expansion Slots 1 AGP Slot (Full Length)
4 PCI Slots
0 ISA Slots
1 AMR Slot
Integrated Features On-board Audio (Avance Logic ALC100P AC'97 CODEC)
BIOS Type AMI
BIOS Revision R1.21.04

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