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You can adjust the CPU core voltages from 1. Initially fingers were pointed at an incompatibility with Corsair PC memory modules, but I have since tried a Crucial PC stick and the system exhibits the same symptoms. You really do have a restricted area around that south socket edge. Lastly on my list of layout niggles is the ATX connector being at 90 degrees to the top horizontal edge. I only switched from the KKR when I found out that revision 1.
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Abit boards are generally considered motherboards for the enthusiast, for he or she who likes to extract some free performance via overclocking and tweaking.
Initially fingers were pointed at an incompatibility with Corsair PC memory modules, but I have since tried a Crucial PC stick and the system exhibits the same symptoms. I wish I still had my Swiftech MC for testing with. The placement of IDE connectors at 90 degrees to the vertical edge of the motherboard when fitting in an upright case still bothers me since I think the parallel layout would be possible on the board with a raie redesign. This question is for testing whether you are a human avit and to prevent automated spam submissions.
I have to say real world performance has increased too. There are a total of six PCI slots.
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Admittedly, the board isn’t exactly new as of this review, but having been extremely busy with the KTA launches and with some delays getting a sample out of Taiwan, it is here as quickly as possible. SoftMenu III makes a very welcome appearance on the KG7-RAID and in this implementation, paired with the northbridge; Abit has given us an insane amount of adjustable options with regards to tweaking and overclocking.
It posts a rakd score, edging up on the 1. According to ABIT, one of the reasons for their late appearance in the market was their decision to make a board capable of running stably with more than two DIMMs.
In fact, this review of the KG7 was conducted using a 1. Features like Wake on LAN and the IrDA header, while not used by everyone, are cheap to implement and keep those who need the features happy. So all in all, a decent layout with tiny niggles that may not affect everyone, depending on case and device placement.
Farewell to a Beauty by Mike Andrawes on November 3, 4: From the picture and looking at the actual motherboard, we can see the layout is fairly standard. The bar has been set very high, but Abit has never let down its users before, and they don’t plan to start doing so now.
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Using Sandra and the ORB, we can see that the system performs very well. The system will not soft reset from k7 or the BIOS either.
Having it all in the BIOS is a major bonus with the power to tweak almost all aspects of the system at your fingertips. It seems that Abit have entered this class of motherboard market later than the others. A minor issue, but one not present on the IWill. So, what about the KG7-RAID as a whole, taking into consideration features, layout, initial performance out of the box and subsequent performance when overclocked and tweaked? Overclocking is great and there are plenty of tweaks to keep the enthusiast happy until KTA and NForce hit.
I gaid have one sore point with the daid however, despite the features and performance which are first rate. Raud on my list of layout niggles is the ATX connector being at 90 degrees to the top horizontal edge. You can adjust the CPU core voltages from 1.
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Sign up now Username Password Remember Me. Home Reviews News Forums. They are a good faid. It runs at or MHz depending on the front side bus frequency or Some color changes and flaws may appear. Has the wait been worth it?
Being a DDR motherboard, the memory performance of the board comes under some scrutiny.
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