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Soyo SY-K7V DRAGON More Driver
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Finally we come to Norton Ghost. Ghost is one of my favourite pieces of software.
They are backed up to. GHO image files and you can set varying levels of compression.
For reviewing hardware, Ghost is invaluable. For each motherboard that passes my way, I install base operating systems with the current stable drivers for each piece of hardware in the system. Then I let Ghost archive them to image files along with a short text file on what hardware the image supports Soyo SY-K7V DRAGON More what software and drivers it contains.
Then in the event of a system Soyo SY-K7V DRAGON More where Windows stops booting or I get an old motherboard back in my system a CD with my image file gets me back up and running with all my settings and drivers installed in under 10 minutes. It has saved me many a reinstall and really is worth me rambling on about.
Top marks for Soyo for supplying Ghost with the Dragon. Some motherboard vendors have had a real struggle with the KT and it just plain underperforms against the AMD chipset in terms of raw performance. But thinking about it, it's all relative.
Considering the applications the average user is likely to run, should such a user be disappointed to see or use the Dragon in their systems? Soyo SY-K7V DRAGON More don't think so at all. It's a good performing chipset and complements the Athlon and DDR memory very well.
For the professional or more demanding user who runs sophisticated applications requiring that little bit more memory bandwidth or the gamer who must have top performance at all costs or the user who can't help but have the latest toys, sure, get a or a KTA. Well, let's see if there is any truth to it. Soyo has not been in the forefront of the retail board market over the last year however they have decided to be a competitor in the Socket-A market and provide a board that is geared toward the overclocking community as well.
Their submission into the ring is the SY-K7V Dragon based on the Soyo SY-K7V DRAGON More KT chipset and we are here to give it a thorough look to see if can live Soyo SY-K7V DRAGON More to it's intended design and target market demographic.
Review: Soyo SY-K7V Dragon - Mainboard -
This board certainly has some stiff competition and serious performance goals coming from its competitors in the Socket-A DDR market. Soyo has decided to answer this challenge by bringing to the table a board that not only carries most of the standard features of its competitors, but also to provide Soyo SY-K7V DRAGON More extras that are not found on any other board with this combination of extras. Straight out of the box this board comes ready to install in Soyo SY-K7V DRAGON More system and requires the owner to provide a minimum amount of add-on cards to have a complete P.
So let's have a look at the complete list of features and specs and try to discover if the Dragon is the right animal for your personal collection.
Unpacking the box Before we even get Soyo SY-K7V DRAGON More unpacking it, let's talk about the box. The thing that struck me first was the depth of it. When I first saw it, I figured that the depth was just to make it look more impressive from the outside, and opening it would reveal a cardboard shelf taking up half the space.
But I was wrong. The box is that big because it needs to be to contain the plethora of stuff inside it.
Oh, sure, you have the standard fare: But take a look at some of the other inclusions. An ATX connector plate designed specifically for the board's multitude of ports. An expansion header for the on-board audio that includes both optical and Soyo SY-K7V DRAGON More digital inputs and outputs. A separate box with a 3.