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Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by jeepdriver, Sep 28, 2007.

  1. jeepdriver

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    I have an Azza kt600 alx board that I was thinking about putting into use, after you finish laughing, can anyone give me a lead on a user manual for this board ? I've went to the so called Azza website, and they will not even respond. Thanks
     
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    I couldn't dig up anything manual-wise. I did find a spec sheet in PDF form: http://www.elhvb.com/mobokive/Archive/Azza/manual/KT600-ALX_Spec.pdf

    I know, not much help.

    As for the age of the board, I'm not laughing. VIA used be decent back in the day (who can forget the versatile KT266A) and KT600 was not that bad. If I find anything, I will post.
     
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    What Model # Azza is it?
     
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    where u get thi board?
     
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    Found a bunch of reviews, but as stated, no manual.. What do you want to know? Maybe there's some answers if you have questions.

    Anyhow, VIA still makes good things. They basicly rule the small form factor standar (mini/nano/pico-itx) and lowpower processors.

    And welcome to TPU. :toast:
     
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    Thanks for the spec sheet. As far as the # v3.1f on one sticker, and mp38kt600alx1 on the other sticker. Don't know much about the Azza boards, got this one real cheap and since I have a spare 2800 socket a cpu laying around, thought I might as well play with it.
    Thanks
     
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