Today we bring you one of the first reviews of a retail KT400A motherboard. Gigabyte was able to send us their KT400A motherboard before any other manufacturers, and best of all in total working order. The only other KT400A motherboard we've received has been from Soltek; you'll see a review of this board in the near future.

In case you're interested in the exact differences between VIA's KT400 and KT400A chipset, read our KT400A preview from a couple weeks ago for detailed information on this chipset. Bear in mind that the KT400A performance results in that review are of a reference KT400A motherboard, whereas this review's KT400A performance results are of a retail motherboard from Gigabyte, dubbed the 7VAXP-A Ultra.

Read on to see how Gigabyte's KT400A motherboard fares against the fastest Athlon XP motherboards based on NVIDIA's nForce2 chipset…

Gigabyte 7VAXP-A Ultra Revision 1.0: Basic Features

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