The EP-4G4A + from EPoX has already impressively demonstrated what the i845G can do in conjunction with DDR333. And even if there is already a successor in the form of the i845GE, the i845G is still particularly interesting for all those who do not always want to have the latest and at the same time the most expensive, but still do not want to forego very good performance.
Officially the i845G only supports DDR266, but Abit also officially donated DDR333 support to its BG7, so that it This review has to show whether it can confirm our very good impression of the i845G in connection with DDR333, which we gained on the EP-4G4A +.
As always, it also applies to the BG7 from Abit Compete against the entire competition of our previously tested Pentium4 motherboards, which are equipped with many different chipsets. It also illustrates thisReview the performance difference between the i845PE, which officially supports DDR333, and the i845G, which only unofficially supports DDR333.
Nothing has changed on the chipsets since our last review, so we won't go into the special features of each chipset again at this point. If you want to find out more about a specific chipset, simply select the appropriate article from our list of all previous motherboard tests .