Written on: 14/04/2003 by Robo. (1 review written)
So, do buy it unless from a reliabe source and confirm if is the bug of the bios or it is just like that.
Think it over carefully before you decide.
Good Luck… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/07/2002 by Darkan9el. (1 review written)
So overall I think this Abit KT7A motherboard is boss. It's stable, very compatible and easily set up, just go and buy one… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/05/2002 by Matt. (1 review written)
The Abit KT7A KT133A is an all round good motherboard. Reliable, well built, and from a reasonably well known manufacturer. The price isn't as scary as it looks when you consider how much you're getting for your money. All things considered, this is a bit of a beast :)… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/03/2002 by SnCln. (1 review written)
This motherboard (Abit KT7A RAID KT133A Skt A 266Mhz FSB ATX) is awesome...I'm sorry ...but that first person to review it here must have something wrong...all you need is the right hardware...my computer: 400WATXserver tower, AMD t-bird 1.4ghz, 1.256gb pc133 cas very low think 2.5, 40gb hdd--seagate barracuda 7200rpm, sblive oem, and a geforce3 Ti500!!, a nc100v2 (network everywhere lan card...both win and bsd compatable--a must (: ) and finally windows XP Professional. I use this… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/02/2002 by Daedelus. (1 review written)
After owning one Abit KT7a RAID motherboard and testing four of these motherboards I can firmly say that I regret buying one. In all tests the boards had problems with using multiple ram modules, singles were fine. Also it has a bad history with soundcards, notably SB lives. It is still very expensive in regards to the new boards on the market, especially since it has no ddr support. The main gripe however is that the after sales support for abit products is dire. After testing I emailed… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/08/2001 by David Tack. (1 review written)
To be honest I had not planned to get RAID but for the extra few quid it seemed worthwhile. I can now plug in more hard drives and back up my data with ease.
No messing with jumpers (i think they are a thing of the past these days), I found it dead easy to set up although my Chrome Orb took some pursuading to fit into place due to the transistors being close to the processor, (I believe they have replaced the wider Orb with a slimline version now)
BIOS had loads of options to play with but… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/08/2001 by Mohammed. (1 review written)
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… Read Full Review
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