Written on: 02/08/2001 by Mohammed. (1 review written)
The Abit KT7A has 266 Front Side Bus, it supports a good range of AMD processors and I had heard of the brand before.
Needed to do a BIOS upgrade to run my 1.333GHz, but that was not difficult.
Too many motherboards to chose from if you ask me, but when it comes down to it I guess your board is one of the most vital parts of your system so i wanted one with all the best features. A lot had changed since I last purchased a motherboard, I like the extra USB ports, saves needing a hub, quite easy to fit, clear manual.
Nothing to get excited about but a good purchase for high end Socket A motherboard.
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