by April 3, 2003 0 comments



With its onboard graphics, you can use this P4 motherboard based on the Via P4M266 chipset for regular productivity work. Or, by adding an external graphics card, you can put it to more intensive use. The board has micro ATX form factor and supports up to 1 GB of SDRAM. It’s a barebones board with a basic set of features: onboard S3 Pro Savage video with maximum 32 MB shared memory. It has three PCI slot, one 4x AGP slot, four USB ports and on-board AC97 Audio. The IDE controller though supports ATA/133 for
HDDs.

Snapshot

Price Rs 2,675
Key
specs
: Low price, microATX form factor 
Contact : Proteam Computer, Delhi
Tel : 26843041
E-mail : mail@proteamindia.com

We tested the board with a P4 2.2 GHz, 256 MB SDRAM (PC 133), 7200 RPM HDD on Win XP. The external display was an ASUS V7700 TI with 64 MB DDR. With on-board video, its performance was not as good as the Mercury motherboards reviewed earlier, but Mora’s lower price justifies this. With external video, its performance was better, which again justifies its price. Overall, a well-priced board that gives good value for money.

Mora Via P4M266
motherboard
Business
Winstone
2001*
Content
Creation
Winstone 2001
Quake III
Arena
(640*480*16)
Quake
III Arena
(1024*768*32) 
With onboard AGP 47.9 64.7 40.6 9
With
Asus V7700 T1 AGP card 
54.3 70.5 179 127.5

Anoop Mangla

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