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Review : Abit AT7 Max

Posted on Wednesday, September 04 2002 @ 22:45:39 CEST by

Viper's Lair heeft Abit's AT7 Max mogen testen.
Nadeel van dit board is dat het 'legacy' support beperkt is ;
PS/2 heeft dit board niet dus PS/2 muizen en keyboards kun je dus vergeten op dit board.
Ook parallelle en seriƫle poorten ontbreken op de AT7 Max
Verder belangerijk om weten is dat Win95/98/98SE niet ondersteund worden, enkel ME/2000/XP.
Abit have always been at the forefront of integrating new technologies onto their motherboards, and are renowned amongst enthusiasts as being stable and great overclockers. They were amongst the first to provide a jumperless motherboard as well as the more serious adjustments towards overclocking in there bios. Today they have taken another bold step aiming the product at those who like to remain on the forefront of the computer world.



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