Intel 975 Chipset Mobo Roundup

Posted on Saturday, Nov 04 2006 @ 02:18 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
DriverHeaven just posted a roundup review consisting of 975X chipset motherboards. Here is a review quote for you:

“Back in January Intel introduced the world to the D975XBX motherboard which was the first retail board based on the 975X chipset. Since then motherboard manufacturers have been releasing their own boards based on the same chipset. Two of the most recent efforts come from DFI and Abit. The DFI offering is a reasonably basic affair with a bios that should appeal to the enthusiast where as Abit throw in everything that a consumer should ever need (and then some). Let’s take a look to see how they both compare to a recent revision of the D975XBX.”

Check it out over here.


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