04-06-2001, 09:35 PM
Anyone heard of an ABit DDR mb? Been looking around, and can't find out if anything's in the works. Thanks,
Taken from http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/#986531350
DDR Mainboards from ABIT [12:29 am] Rat
"At CeBIT, ABIT demonstrated a lot of new mainboards. In particular, at the company’s booth you could see Tualatin solutions and the so long awaited KG7-RAID based on AMD-760. However, there were no DDR mainboards based on VIA chipsets. Nevertheless, it doesn’t at all mean that ABIT won’t develop boards like that. We received a word about two new mainboard being under development already:
VR6-RAID. ABIT plans to make this Socket370 mainboard compatible with Tualatin from the very beginning. That is why it will be based on the new VIA Apollo Pro266T chipset and will feature a voltage regulator compliant with VRM 8.5 specification. There will be 3 184-pin DIMM slots for DDR memory. Besides, there will be an AGP 4x slot and 6 PCI slots. The board will be equipped with an integrated ATA/100 RAID controller, AC’97 sound and will support SoftMenu III.
KR7-RAID. This Socket A mainboard will be based on VIA KT266. It will have 4 DIMM slots, 1 AGP 4x slot and 6 PCI slots onboard. There will be also 6 USB ports and AC’97 sound. As usual, the board will feature an integrated ATA/100 RAID controller – HPT370. If you are an overclocking fan, then the board will let you change the processor clock multiplier, FSB frequency, Vcore and Vio.
Both mainboards are due within Q2."
VR6-Raid picture: http://www.hardware.fr/medias/photos_news/00/00/IMG0000927_1.jpg
KG7-RAID : AMD 760, RAID 0 & 1, 4 DIMM DDR, 1 AGP & 6 PCI slots.
RowerCPU before this news :(
RowerCPU after this news :D
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