abit was the top manufacturer of enthusiast level boards a few short years ago, but after they expanded into areas where they didn't have the manufacturing expertise or cost advantages to compete with the larger tier one manufacturers they fell on hard times. As a result, abit lost market share as well as mind share. Fortunately, abit entered into a long-term partnership with USI that saved the company. With that save came a name change, Universal abit is the successor to the Abit motherboard brand name. Since the merger, the company has tried to rekindle their former leadership in the computer enthusiast, extreme overclocker, and high performance markets.Check it out over at AnandTech. The reviewer was impressed by the motherboard and awarded it with an editor's choice award.
abit IP35-Pro motherboard tested
Posted on Sunday, Nov 04 2007 @ 20:10 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
AnandTech has tested the abit IP35-Pro motherboard: