Abit AW9D-MAX Driver
We have a quick look at one of the first Abit AW9D-MAX mobos let out in the wild. It has all of the right ingredients to become the next IC7-MAX3. Abstract: ABIT, which is now officially known as Universal ABIT, is recapturing is former glory. The ABIT AW9D-MAX motherboard is based on. Abit recently provided us with a production level AW9D-MAX motherboard along with a beta BIOS that is undergoing final quality assurance.
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Abit AW9D-MAX Driver
With many high end gaming graphics cards taking up two slots due to the cooler on them it might block the PCI slot, Abit AW9D-MAX would render it useless.
Under the LR watermark is an Abit AW9D-MAX power header that should be used when running Crossfire and the audio header that is used with the AudioMax audio solution. The legacy parallel printer port and serial port connector have been removed, which is great for an Abit AW9D-MAX board!
The rest of the space is just empty intended for a small fan to exhaust hot air outAbit AW9D-MAX is a real waste. The layout of the AW9D-MAX motherboard is okay for the most part, although the location of a few things really made us scratch our Abit AW9D-MAX.
Solid state capacitors are more reliable, and will not burst, pop, Abit AW9D-MAX leak electrolyte years down the road. They are also a bit higher quality than the electrolytic variety, which should improve stability extend the motherboard lifespan.
For Core 2 Duo though, you must weigh up the pros of i mobos against the cons of i and the potential Abit AW9D-MAX Nvidia's chips. Pump up the pixels Abit has just confused things by releasing this - an enthusiast board based on Intel's X chipset, which has some serious overclocking potential up its Abit AW9D-MAX.
This is great, as the coolest thing about the Core 2 Duo is its eagerness Abit AW9D-MAX run faster. Overclocking potential aside, this is a decent motherboard in most other areas - decent design and looks, too. A full review process would take a week to complete, once all Abit AW9D-MAX of our performance and stress testing are explored - we will be coming back to re-visit the AW9D-MAX once it is in the channel.
However, we hope that this preview will serve as a taster of what is to come when Abit ships to retail next month. Abit has already had one go at making a motherboard based on Intel's Abit AW9D-MAX Express chipset, but the AW8D-MAX was a little Abit AW9D-MAX to market and didn't come with support for the recently-released Core 2 Duo processors.