However, when I tried to use the same settings on the MS Pro, the system showed some instability, especially when running the Winstone benchmarks. A bigger complain other than the 3rd fan-connector would be the lack of a proper manual in booklet form! In addition, AOpen’s implementation of detecting temperatures pales in comparison with other boards and high price. The scores fluctuate quite a bit and I cannot really pinpoint the exact problem, so I used the best scores out of three different separate runs. Be the first to write a review.

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AOpen AX63 Pro – motherboard – ATX – Slot 1 – Pro133A

See details ;ro description of any imperfections. So the overclocking prospects are very good with this board coupled with the ax633.

The following is a tiny part I took out from the PDF manual for reference: To guarantee a tightly integrated system, combine an AOpen motherboard with any one of its barebone cases and your favorite peripherals. Here’s another snip from the PDF manual for a clearer picture of how this feature works: Slot 1 Computer Motherboard. These tests ensure that each model meets the highest standards of compatibility and performance.

Firstly, let me say that overclocking the Pentium II was very easy with this board.

When I started the Winbench and Winstone programs, there was a long pause, a pause I’ve never encountered. Maybe a newer BIOS or drivers could iron some kinks out. I don’t think this one should have been skipped.


AOpen AX63 Pro Apollo Pro 133 Slot-1 ATX

Over time, AOpen has built itself a nice reputation of the most stable and well performing motherboards in the industry. They also manufacture lots of other peripherals and are the 2nd largest motherboard manufacturer in the world. All but a single PCI slot can take a full length card while neither of the ISA slots is alpen of accepting full length cards. We all know who Acer is, don’t we?

It’s a possible heat accumulating area because of the floppy cable going over the CPU. Anyway here are all the FSB settings available: Though setting up the board is easy motherrboard the use of the quick-start manual, it’s very irritating to find out of the motherboard mmotherboard, its offerings and many meanings of the BIOS menu from the CD.

Very nifty and good for frequent fiddlers if you ask me: Note that the hard drive used in the benchmarks was only a UDMA33 hard disk. The given CD comes with these software: You can resume your original work directly from hard disk without go through the Win95 booting process and run your application again.

— Singapore Hardware Zone — Reviews — Motherboards — AOpen AXPro

I didn’t believe the scores, so I went to download the latest version of the 4-in-1 drivers and installed it. AXPro CA x 4. You may also like. Below are more details of each, taken from the manual: Any Condition Any Condition. Somehow, VIA still have yet to properly tune their bus mastering drivers.


I’m really curious what made AOpen put the floppy connector in such an awkward position. I’ve included here, the info from the manual: Slot 2 Computer Motherboard. The item may be missing the mothsrboard packaging such as the original box or bag or tags or in the original packaging but not sealed.

Once again, the benchmarks just never stop running even when we seem to have finished reviewing the product.

aoppen This is set in the Bios under the Chipset-section. However, when I tried to use the same settings on the MS Pro, mitherboard system showed some instability, especially when running the Winstone benchmarks. The floppy connector is placed right at the back of the Slot-1, the traditional place where AOpen places the floppy and power-supply connectors but at least the big power connector is moved up front but the floppy connector still remains there.