Conclusion: In Conclusion, this board absolutely kicks ass! It is really a toss between the Asus A7V and this... What would you rather have: ATA/100 and DIP switch settings with an AMR slot and no ISA slot and a well-placed CPU socket (the A7V) or, ATA/100 RAID with software settings and an ISA slot and no AMR slot with a VERY POORLY placed CPU socket (the KT7-RAID). There are really few trade-offs with this board...
Pros: Rock Solid, Integrated ATA/100 support, Integrated RAID support, AGP 4x, Fast Writes, It's Fast!, Awesome for overclockers! Multiplier overclocking is not dead!, BIOS Memory tweaks work very well, Software CPU setting rules!, Chipset cooler with a fan, what a concept!, 3-Phase Power for stable 1.2+ Ghz CPU's
Cons: Pretty expensive - This will cost more than twice as much as your Duron CPU, CPU socket placement - Abit must have been on crack when designing it!
Conclusion: Once again, ABIT has delivered the goods with the KT7. Of all the Socket A motherboards we've tested, the KT7 offers the best combination of price, performance, and stability. Just look at the situation, you can spend a few dollars less and pick up a K7T Pro from MSI, but then you wouldn't be able to adjust the clock multiplier of your processor.