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Dec 26, 2000
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Tulsa, OK
Got my KT7A-Raid board with a 1 gig AXIA chip running 2 maxtor 30 gig in raid0 and installed flawlessly. It was so simple. this board is great. Not one problem. Currently burning in at 1400 (140x10). I would recommend this board over any other. Simply wonderful!!!! Thanks to everyone for there help in preperation of the install and I will let you guys know how it goes when I start to push the FSB more. Got a good feeling I can hit 1500 easy, maybe more. Running at 1.775 core voltage now!!!!! Thanks again and buy the Abit KT7A-Raid, IT'S JUST GOOD!!!! (like canned peaches)
 

SickBoy

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Jan 13, 2001
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Minneapolis, MN
I have to say I like my Abit as well... pushing my Duron to 140 MHz FSB and 954 MHz was super easy. easiest overclocking I have ever done. A lot easier than the platform I came from (AMD K6-2). I'll never go back to jumpers!! After hearing about all the success people have been having with the AXIA and AVIA chips I've been considering one for myself... what's the speed to go with? 1 GHz AXIA is where it's at I am guessing.....

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SickBoy (Apr 05, 2001 01:00 p.m.):
I have to say I like my Abit as well... pushing my Duron to 140 MHz FSB and 954 MHz was super easy. easiest overclocking I have ever done. A lot easier than the platform I came from (AMD K6-2). I'll never go back to jumpers!! After hearing about all the success people have been having with the AXIA and AVIA chips I've been considering one for myself... what's the speed to go with? 1 GHz AXIA is where it's at I am guessing.....

SickBoy

that's what i have. But it is a "B" chip, only 200 fsb, the "C" 266 fsb is the one to get in a 1 gig AXIA chip if I had to guess.