Asus A7N266-VM ASUS Nvidia nForce 220D Chipset AMD Athlon/ Athlon 1000/ 1200/ 1400/ 850/ 750/...


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System Board Style: Micro ATX (mATX)

Interface Connection: Audio - Line Out (1/8" Mini), Audio - Microphone In (1/8" Mini), Ethernet - RJ45 Twisted-Pair (XBaseT), Game - 15 pin D-shell (MIDI/Joystick), Keyboard - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2), Mouse - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2), Parallel - 25 pin D-shell (IEEE 1284A)

Processor Socket: AMD® Socket A (Socket 462)

System Chipset: nVIDIA nForce 220-D

Memory Technology: DDR-SDRAM (DDRRAM)


Product Title: Asus A7N266-VM ASUS Nvidia nForce 220D Chipset AMD Athlon/ Athlon 1000/ 1200/ 1400/ 850/ 750/ Athlon XP/ Duron 1000/ 1100/ 1200/ 1300 Series Processors Support Socket-A 462 micro-ATX Motherboard Mfr P/N A7N266-VM System Boards

Manufacturer: Asus

Lowest Price: $181.05 from

Power Score: 3.9 | 17 Reviews

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I've used this board for several...

Strengths: nVidia chipset, stablity, decent price

Weakness: its an mATX

I've used this board for several computers that I have built and have never had a hitch. In fact, the performance of this particular board led to two other sales. For general computing usage, this is a 5 star product, however, I wouldn't consider it for a gaming machine nor is it as upgradeable as an ATX board with support for a higher FSB.

By tonyseiler - Dec 28, 2003

I was tickled when I read the...

Strengths: Cheap, however that isn't much of an advantage as newer boards have since come out for less than $20 more. Has a big name behind it, people see Asus and jump on it.

Weakness: Cheap, un-reliable, un-stable.

I was tickled when I read the great reviews on this board and purchased one. I put it in a good enough case with an Enlight 300w PS and crucial ram. The sound cuts out during games. The workmanship looks shoddy, no amount of driver updates has helped. This board is horrible for games. I know it's not designed to be a gamer, however for simple games it should at least perform on a certain level of...
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By Gentle_One - Oct 28, 2003

I needed a board that would be...

Strengths: Very Good all in one board. No real problems with anything.

Weakness: No overclocking tools, but what do you expect, and problems under Linux. No USB 2.0.

I needed a board that would be ready to go with everything included because I needed to get a computer up and running but now I think I've out grown it. I'll probably sell in a month or two after I get a Dedicated Graphics board, I want to overclock my system.
I would recommend that any one looking for a low cost board pick one of these up.

By crim - Oct 1, 2003

I bought this board because I had...

Strengths: Cheap. Everything onboard works great. Easy to set up if you do your homework.

Weakness: Non if your not A+ qualified.

I bought this board because I had a small budge. I got more than I could have dreamed. The sound(you don't need Audigy) and Lan(I have ADSL) are excellent. The video is good but not for extreme gaming. For that I added a Gforce4 which installed without a hitch. I reseach the board first thus avoiding the frustration with the CPU/Ram jumpers. The info has been available for a long time. You just...
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By norwaldial - Sep 15, 2003

This board has not been an easy...

Strengths: Small and compact. Used low profile case to maximize desktop space.

Weakness: Having trouble with good nforce drivers. Having issues with memory leaks when transfering files from one computer to another using the onboard Lan. Suspect driver issue. Using the most recent drivers.

This board has not been an easy one to work with. When I fix one problem with driver issues, whether it is the onboard video or networking or sound, another one develops.
It seems to be related to NVIDIA. I am using win ME. If it I could get the Lan to operate correctly, it would be a great business machine.

By dlafary - Jul 5, 2003

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