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Abit Launches IN9 32X-MAX

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http://www.abit.com.tw/page/en/news/...CNO=en_0611071 and http://www.pcstats.com/releaseview.cfm?ReleaseID=1535

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Universal Abit launches the IN9 32X-MAX motherboard. Based on the NVIDIA NFORCE 680i SLI/SPP190 chipset, it combines into one of the most overclocking friendly motherboards money can buy. We have left nothing to chance and insist that every extreme user and overclocker looking to get a fix, will want to own and tame this Beast of a motherboard

Featuring a slue of fantastic features which can be found on this LGA775 Intel compatible motherboard:
  • 5-Phase DIGITAL PWM for precision voltage stability.
  • Silent-OTES heatpipe technology designed to cool your components quietly and efficiently.
  • μGuru Technology Integration- Tweak your BIOS unlike any other. MAX your settings with the customizable OC ability:
  • FAN EQ; Intelligent Fan diagnostics to optimize airflow and reduce noise.
  • FlashMenu; Update your BIOS automatically online or through a step-by-step process.
  • Guru skins; Skin style change; simple skin, mini panel, transparent skin etc.
  • OC Guru with AutoDrive to automatically overclock per application.
  • ABIT EQ to monitor your hardware voltage, temperature and fan regulation information
  • BlackBox which is abit's very own 24-hour e-service for technical support.
3x SLI: Experience True x32 SLI bandwidth on 2x PCIe x16 slots, with the future proof added option of an extra x8 Physics lane on the third PCIe x16 slot.

EZ CCMOS: Clear CMOS Reset switch on the backpanel for your convenience

Dolby 7.1 Ch Audio: 7.1 Channel Audio Dolby Digital & DTS surround sound

Other features and spec's include:

2x PCI, 1x PCI-E 2x PCI-E x16 + 1x PCI-E x16 (x8 bandwidth for x4, x8 and x16 devices); Lights for easy jumper installation; 100% Japanese Capacitors; 100% Solid State Electrolytic Capacitors; Quick Power & Reset Buttons; 6x SATA 3Gb/s connectors; 3x USB 2.0 headers, 2x IEEE 1394 headers, 1x HDMI (S/P DIF header) header, 1x FP-Audio header ; FSB: upto 1333 MHz.
Dual-Channel DDR2 533/667/800/1066 with support upto 1200MHz
SLI-Ready Memory with EPP x4 Dimms, Max 32GB's
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Have you noticed every single 680i board so far insists on the OCing community and excites us with all these features and options.

Non of them hands down are bad, Id roll with any of the current ones out, Evga, Asus Extreme, and this ABIT.

The Asus may cost the most but I bet the cheapest options out of any company will OC just as well.
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abit's lab guys speculate this thing hitting 600mhz fsb. http://www.tweaktown.com/articles/978/
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Originally Posted by sladesurfer View Post
abit's lab guys speculate this thing hitting 600mhz fsb. http://www.tweaktown.com/articles/978/
Hehe....slade you wouldn't have happened to have got that off another forum eh

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I dunno if you've seen it, but tweaktown said abit's lab guys speculate this thing hitting 600mhz fsb.

http://www.tweaktown.com/articles/978/
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I like this abit. I was a little disappointed with the previous -Max mobo (dont remember the exact model, it was sorta black and white, and had the LEDs on it and such). There was only 1 pci slot! I mean, come on.

This looks a lot better, and with solid caps all around and decent cooling I think its a step above the eVGA. However, it doesnt have the nice active display to tell you motherboard error codes like the ASUS. But again, I highly doubt this board will end up being 400 dollars, either. Not to mention, it doesnt have the annoying daughter card that the ASUS has, and the heatsinks aren't entirely over the top for those of us that still use air cooling (though I am not in that group).

Still, I wish crossfire could be hacked on this chipset! I want crossfire, baby!
    
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Hehe....slade you wouldn't have happened to have got that off another forum eh
yup,thats where i got from
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post #7 of 7
WOW. 600mhz and

2 eSata
6 sata
HDMI connector

it's the mobo of the year
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