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Description With ABIT's proven ability to design hardware and software and with the convenience of own layout design center, R&D team used its impressive combination of both advanced technical know-how and experi... more


Description With a strong commitment to research and development, Soltek has grown rapidly since its establishment. With its proven ability to design, the company's R&D team uses its impressive combination of bot... more


Description Designed with VIA's KT133A chipset, the EP-8KTA3+ is a high-quality motherboard built by EPoX in the industry standard ATX format. In addition to the AGP interface for high-performance graphics, this ... more


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Very Fast & Stable, Excellent Bonuses

Not 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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Easy to use, very good quality, hard wearing.

Not suitable for all applications.

...just made from A2 Stainless Steel like the rest of this type of item that you will see available online. The size of the screw you go for depends on what you have in mind. The countersunk head ensures that you can hide the screws away and they will sit flush against the surface. The socket head is also rather appealing because it is much more robust than the Pozidrive or slotted heads that you find...

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“Abit do it again”

published 23/02/2001

Tweakability, 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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