"Een uitgebreid moederbord met 6 PCI slots en zonder AMR (yes!), maar de enige grote fout is dat er weer is teruggestapt naar jumpers voor overclocking. Dit heeft ook tot gevolg dat er maar 4 bus speeds zijn":
We really wanted to like the S2380 Trinity K7. We knew what a success the Trinity 400 was for Tyan, so when the Trinity K7 was announced, we were very enthusiastic about the potential of this product.
Unfortunately, this motherboard isn't geared for the hardcore overclocker or tweaker, as the features wanted by this type of person just aren't present on this motherboard.
Let's look at the positives, the S2380 Trinity K7 is a fairly stable system, and with 6 PCI slots, there's plenty of room for expansion. For legacy devices such as sound/network cards or modems, 1 ISA slot is also present.
The BIOS interface is nice and clean which should make navigation a breeze. There won't be much in there to tweak, but some people are hesitant to adjust settings in their system BIOS.
Overall the Trinity K7 would make a nice motherboard for someone who is building their first system and really isn't interested in overclocking or tweaking BIOS settings. The Tyan Trinity offers you plenty of room for expansion, and with an excellent manual getting your system up and running should be a breeze.