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Tuesday, 05 June 2007 05:56

Abit X38 in the nude

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Computex 07: Blue like a smurf


We managed to grab a picture of the Abit's X38 board - the IX38 QuadGT - when no-one was looking. It's very blue, but doesn't have any really exciting features.

It does have digital PWM which is still a novelty that only Abit and Foxconn seems to have taken on, apart from the server board manufacturers.

It's got three x16 slots, although one of them will only take a single width card. It will have the usually array of rear connectors including two eSATA.

This is what it looks like:

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