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Abite KT7E motherboard

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Mar 28, 2001
SLC, Utah
A lot of people have been talking about this new motherboard. Well, I was fortunate enough to recieve one. Abit has given the overclocking community an ability far surpassing any entry-level board ever before. One concern I have seen is the FSB settings. This is only a 100fsb certified board (200/2) but I have now successfully pushed my Duron 800 to 1.066Ghz (133 x eight) running just perfectly. I even got the computer to post at 140mhz fsb, but couldn't get Prime 95 to run without errors. I only paid US$120 for the board after shipping and tax, and it was WELL worth it. I have yet to find something this board is lacking (besides RAID). Besides that, IT IS BLUE.
Seems like a good purchase to me... Would you mind comparing the PCB to a KT7A-RAID? I'd like to know, on a theoretical basis, if KT7E can be RAIDed using a chip from KT7A. If you check, I've already posted a topic conserning that one.

BTW, you absolutely must have a vid.card by Hercules/Guillemot, as their PCB is also blue.