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AdvantagesVery Fast & Stable, Excellent Bonuses

DisadvantagesNot Multiplier Overclockable

.... The board supports some pretty hefty specs, as you can see: AMD Thunderbird & Duron Supported Chipset -VIA APOLLO KT133 -FSB 200 MHz -AGP 4X Memory -3 x 168-pin 3.3v DIMM Sockets -Supports 8MB to 768MB (maximum) DRAM Size -PC 133 compliant Cache Memory -Built-in to AMD Athlon Processor Module On-Board EIDE -2 x PCI Bus Master UATA 33/66 IDE ports (up to 4 ATAPI Devices) -Supports...

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“Abit do it again”

published 23/02/2001

AdvantagesTweakability, stability, relyability


...Some things are meant to go together. Horse & Carriage. Fish and Chips. Bread and Butter. Well, here's another on for the list - Abit's KT7-A Motherboard and AMD's socket A processor's. AMD's Socket A chips come in two varaieties - the Duron, and it's big brother, the Thunderbird. Abit's KT7-A motherboard has two options, the KT7-A, or the KT7-A RAID. Confused? Don't be! they'll all work...

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“Mother of them all”

published 08/11/2002

AdvantagesReliable, easy to fit/setup, huge expansion capability

Disadvantagesmay need to upgrade pc case to fit it in.

..., However a new BIOS patch allows it to run up to 2.2 GHz. The Board is of the ATX form factor and requires at least a midi tower to fit in, dimensions are 305mm (H) x 245mm (d). The I/O (In/Out) back panel has PS/2 keyboard and mouse sockets, 1 parallel printer port, sound and microphone lines, 2 com ports and 4 usb ports. The memory is pc133/vc133 168 pin DIMM and the board can take 32 MB to 1...

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