Asus P4T533-C Review:
DeviantPC has whipped up a review of the Asus P4T533-C based on the i850E Chipset using PC1066 RDRAM. So if you are a fan of the RAMBUS, and you are looking for a new board before RAMBUS is gone altogether, you might want to check this one out.
Voltage kills Pentium 4 processors really, so to be on the safe side I left it at default vcore and cranked up the FSB. The CPU was 100% stable at 2810MHz (150FSB). I'm sure the board and CPU would have gone higher but I didn't have time to flash the board BIOS to allow adjustments past 150FSB. This shows the board certainly has potential right out of the box.
I love to read my horoscope, when it is good. When it’s something I don’t like, I just dismiss it as “crap”….but what do you do when it says this:
Low temp solder is a good conductor, but no matter what the guys on the HardOCP discussion board tell you, it doesn't make a good heat sink.
There are people that wave their magic light wands around…you know like the guys pretending to be Jedi’s or something. And then there is GideonTech, who play with their light sticks….which makes it a review.
Included is a 12 inch CCFL (Cold Cathode Flourescent Lamp), pre-installed acrylic tube with cube ends, Velcro pieces to mount the CCFL, Dual Inverter, Inverter cover (Velcro wrapping), Wire harness, Extension cable for the toggle switch, and a Round toggle switch with washer. What is not mentioned is that Sunbeam adds female disconnects to the switch wires so that you just plug the switch in, there is no need for solder or other methods to attach the wires.