ABIT Introduces μGuru

Posted on Monday, September 22 2003 @ 12:58 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Abit has recently announced that they will include a special chip on their motherboards ment for overlocking , the Guru chip. This programmable chip has 2K memory and is used to tweak various settings of your system trough a Windows interface.

μGuru combines the ABIT Engineered features ABIT EQ, ABIT FanEQ, ABIT OC Guru, ABIT FlashMenu, ABIT AudioEQ and ABIT BlackBox into a user-friendly interface providing users the perfect environment with which to maximize performance and stability. Operating as an independent micro-processor, μGuru effectively frees your CPU resources from performing these functions, further increasing system performance.

The first motherboard that will feature this chipset will be in an Intel 865PE motherboards from Abit, and also in a Athlon 64 motherboard, the KV8-MAX3.

Source : Abit and The Inquirer

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