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Abit-kt7-raid.888827
3.0 out of 10

ABIT KT7-RAID

AMD Socket A Based ATXMainboard With 4X AGP & SoftMenu™ & RAID 0 Read more

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johnlaw80, Dooyoo
23 November 2001
  • Excerpt: I read alot of reviews before I went out and bought this board. Most of them were good, and I have to say I agree with them. When I bought the board, I got an AMD 1.2Ghz running on a 100Mhz bus. I also needed a new power supply. The first thing to make sure is that you buy a PSU that IS AMD recommended. Because I didnt! I blew four processors before I decided to change the PSU. I even changed the board after the 2nd CPU blew and it still blew the 3rd CPU!
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anonym, Dooyoo
24 July 2001
  • Excerpt: Abit has an enviable reputation, especially amongst the over-clocking community, and the KT7A RAID board has all the features to support this status. This Socket A motherboard can use the Athlon and Duron processors, with up to 1.5GB of memory. Abit has attempted to future-proof this board by using a 3-phase power system; basically a set of six transistors that enable a regulated supply to the CPU of up to 46 Amps.
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anonym, Dooyoo
20 February 2001
  • Excerpt: Don't bother looking at any other m/b if you've got £140 to spend and want the best Socket A m/b on the market. Abit came through with the goods, lots of expansion and futureproofing, AGPx4, lovely Highpoint Raid/ ATA100 controller, even an ISA legacy slot for you old farts with old cards. 3 phase power supply, jumperless design, great Bios and Softmenu III. Solid construction, easy to setup, very fast performance (fastest socket A m/b on market).
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anonym, Dooyoo
21 January 2001
  • Excerpt: Most of the time upgrading your moherboard and processor involves junkinghalf yhe components in your PC - they're too old, too slow and often just incompatible. Last time around, half of us had to junk our 66mHz memory in favour of PC100 sticks and cough up for a new graphics card. Funnily enough, provided you do have PC100 memory - and if you've got a fast Pentium 2 or slow P3 or Athlon, the chances are you have - you can actully upgrade your motherboard and processor...
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CyrixDes, Dooyoo
30 December 2000
  • Excerpt: This motherboard in my opinion, is the best possible choice that anyone can make when they are looking for a solution for Socket A Athlon and Duron processors. The great thing about AMD's latest offerings is that people can upgrade from old PII/K6-2/MII systems and get a big speed increase upto Duron machines and then can upgrade safely using the same motherboard and components upto an Athlon.
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thepanther, Dooyoo
14 December 2000
  • Excerpt: Abit continues to be the one and only when it comes to boards that can overclock today’s processors. The KT7 Raid is no exception, Abit’s famous soft menu III is included and has some pretty impressive features in order to get the most out of your CPU. The Socket A chips have a very high overclocking potential especially the Duron. So this type of motherboard is exactly what you need in order to get it to the top.
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KT7

Yopi
2 April 2003
  • Summary: Zur Performance kann ich nur eins sagen: es ist verdammt schnell! Kombiniert mit einem 700er Duron und 128 MB RAM zeiht es alles andere ab. Selbst mit meiner Uralten Monster Fusion (Voodoo Banshee, 16MB) laufen alle Spiele mindestens in 800x600, viele auch in 1024x768 flüssig. In Windows kann man schon seit einem 200er Prozessor keine großen Unterschiede mehr feststellen, doch bei Grafikbearbeitung. Das BIOS ist hervorragend.
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Abit KT7A-Raid nach 12 Monaten immer noch der Hit

Yopi
12 February 2002
  • Summary: --Vorwort-- Jetzt zwar schon älter aber immer noch eine sehr gute Wahl. Ich besitze dieses Mainboard nunmehr 8 Monate und wurde bis jetzt in nur einer Sache enttäuscht (dazu später mehr). :-) Ansonsten muss ich sagen ist dieses Board wirklich sein Geld wert. Für Freunde des Overclocking sehr gut geeignet, aber bei den Prozessorpreisen nicht zu empfehlen.
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Une excellente carte-mère pour DURON

billy69, Ciao
4 February 2002
  • Summary: J'avais été subjugué par la qualité des cartes-mères ABIT BE6 pour Pentium III quand ma compagne s'est montée son "coucou". Aussi, lorsque j'ai vu qu'ABIT proposait, avec la KT7-RAID, les mêmes possibilités pour le Duron & L'Athlon, alors j'ai foncé, et honnêtement, je ne le regrette aucunement.
  • Pros: Nombre de slots, 4 ports IDE, 4 USB
  • Cons: Ne supporte pas les derniers Athlon XP
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Tous simplement sublime !!!!!!!!!!

christom, Ciao
22 June 2001
  • Summary: Ce sont 2 mots qui qualifient très bien cette carte. Le domaine des cartes-mères a vu longtemps ASUS le digne roi de la qualité, mais pour la "nouvelle génération" 1GHz, ABIT nous fait un tour de force. Simplicité d'installation, possibilités d'extension dont un système installable dans une baie 5" (Baie Lecteur/Graveur CD-Rom) permettant la surveillance de tout le systeme hardware.
  • Pros: simpliciter
  • Cons: gestions des irc ?
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