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ABIT AW9D-MAX
4.6 out of 10

ABIT AW9D-MAX

LGA 775 Intel® 975X FSB1066 Dual DDR2 800 Dual PCI-E X Read more

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The SSD Relapse: Understanding and Choosing the Best SSD

AnandTech
13 June 2007
  • Conclusion: We’ve become complacent. In today’s world of netbooks and nettops where performance is cast aside, we’ve let far too much slide. The bar of acceptability is too low. A good SSD is the anti-netbook, it is the most believable proof that PCs aren’t fast enough today.
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Overall 7
7.0

Abit AW9D-MAX

maximum pc
29 March 2007
  • Excerpt: When Abit hit the financial skids and outsourced its motherboard production, enthusiasts turned their mirrors around, broke out the whiskey, and prepared to mourn. Well, mourn no more. Abit is still kicking and pumping out products for enthusiasts.
  • Pros: Tweaker-friendly BIOS is easy to use.
  • Cons: Realtek audio chip doesn’t fully support EAX.
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Abit AW9D Max Review

Neoseeker
7 February 2007
Overall 8
8.0

ABIT AW9D-MAX 975X Express Motherboard Review

PCStats
7 February 2007
  • Summary: ABIT, which is now officially known as Universal ABIT, is recapturing is former glory. The ABIT AW9D-MAX motherboard is based on Intel's top of the line 975X Express and ICH7R chipsets, packs in quite a lot to get excited about.
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abit AW9D-MAX Intel 975X Motherboard Review

PC Perspective
5 February 2007
  • Excerpt: Abits AW9D-MAX's cup runneths over with the following component list: 1 IDE ATA-100 port and 4 SATA ports (RAID 0, 1, 0+1) on the Intel ICH7R controller, 2 SATA ports (RAID 0 and 1) on the primary Silicon Image controller, 1 SATA port and 1 e-SATA port (RAID 0 and 1) on the secondary Silicon Image...
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abit AW9D-MAX Mainboard Review

X-bit labs
18 January 2007
  • Summary: Following the good old tradition abit designed a new mainboard based on i975X Express core logic set from Intel. How well will it suit overclockers’ needs? Let’s find out!
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ABIT AW9D- MAX REVIEW BENCHMARK AND OVERCLOCKING CAPABILITY

xtreview.com
15 January 2007
  • Conclusion: But if the overclock of processors does not enter into the number of your priority tasks, you do not use devices which are connected to LPT or COM- ports,  then the motherboard abit AW9D- MAX is created precisely for you. I congratulate!
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abit AW9D-MAX Motherboard Review

PC Modding Malaysia
7 January 2007
  • Conclusion: The AW9D-MAX is truly built for overclockers and is designed for enthusiasts. The board layout was near excellent but we couldn’t help picking on the PCI slot which was located rather close to the secondary PCI-E x16 graphics slot.
  • Pros: Impressive overclocking and BIOS, Bling bling controllable back-light LEDs, Dual PCI-E x16 for CrossFire, Possible to run SLI, Rock solid stability, Silent, Not too expensive
  • Cons: PCI slot issue, NB heatsink runs hot when overclocked, ORHOS Blend issue at over 380FSB
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Abit AW9D-MAX Motherboard

Bonafide
26 November 2006
  • Summary: Now that we've seen how the AW9D-MAX performs at stock settings and speeds let's see what this thing can really do; it's overclockin' time! To start, we lowered the multiplier to 6x to remove CPU influence and turned down the memory divider to 1:1. Then it was just a matter of cranking up the FSB.
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Overall 9
9.0

ABIT AW9D-MAX

techPowerUp!
5 November 2006
  • Summary: Since I have been using an ABIT IC7 for the last years in my main work system I was very curious if this could be another board of this caliber. After the initial setup and realizing how amazingly fast Conroe is compared to anything else seen before I went to do some overclocking on the E6300.
  • Pros: Very good performance, Lots of features, UGuru, Quiet, only passive cooling, Dual Gigabit Ethernet, Only quality capacitors used, Looks great
  • Cons: Maximum FSB may not be high enough, Only one PCI slot, Not cheap, No Parallel/Serial ports
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