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If you're willing to attach
a fan, buy a TennMax lasagna, or make your own
cooling, this is the board of choice for an overclocker/tweaker.
The memory performed
well at speeds as high as 130 MHz (and may have
been able to go even farther with cooling). It
even reached 105 MHz core / 115 MHz memory and
passed the required 5 timedemos in Quake II (Dan's
rule of stability) with only the heatsink.
Also, if you're living anywhere
but the United States, this is probably one of
the easier TNT cards for you to find. This is
because Skywell is based in Taiwan.
However, if you're looking
for a TNT card that you don't plan on overclocking
or you want a software bundle, live in the United
States, and you're willing to pay more, avoid
the Skywell Magic TNT and head for another brand
such as Creative Labs.