A comprehensive motherboard that will not bust your budget!
2 June 2011
Summary: First of all, Abit makes great products. After having had issues with ASUS boards in the past (at least 4 of them), I have switched my loyalty and found it in Abit. Secondly, the IS7 is a cousin of the IC7 series. Being familiar with the IC7-G, I bought this board and bought it cheap.
Excerpt: Apologies if it's a bit geeky-techie, but I figure if you're going to buy one of these, you will need this information. I've always been a fan of Abit boards, mainly because of the quality and sturdiness, and also the price.
Pros: High build - quality, tools make overclocking easy
Cons: Abit's traditional 'random' board layout leaves wires hanging everywhere
Excerpt: To be fair, I’m not the richest person around so I’m always interested in a bargain. I needed to upgrade my old PC, and after looking around I found this motherboard. I bought this component in February 2004 and paid £70. First I thought that I had a bargain, which was true until June.
Pros: Quite cheap, a lot of functions, onboard RAID