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Thursday, 22 March 2007 13:25

Abit IN9-32X MAX Wi-FI finally ready

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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CEBIT 2007:
Nforce 680i from Abit


We finally had a chance to see long delayed Abit IN9-32X MAX motherboard based on Nforce 680i chipset. The funny thing is that every single design that differs from a reference one was not as good overclocker.


Abit board is passively cooled and in extreme overclocking condition can hit 450 MHz FSB speed still less then Nvidia reference / EVGA board.


The board supports DDR 2 memory at 1066 or higher and CPU's including the Quad Core and Core 2 Duo even at FSB 1333 MHz.


The board comes with three PCIe 16X slots, two PCI slots and a single PCIe 1X. The chipset is completely passively cooled. The board has a raiser card for WiFi support .


The samples should be out any day now.  


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