Abit AT7

Abit AT7 MAX RAID VIA KT333 Socket A ATX w/ Audio & LAN

The AT7 uses the VIA KT333 and VT8233A chipsets.

Soon I will be needing a board. This one looks good, but surprised to see it with sound and LAN.

And as zinj pointed out Frank Völkel & Bert Töpelt wrote in their Feb 20, 2002 report, "In the next few weeks, VIA will be quietly replacing the Northbridge KT333 with the KT333A."

Again with the A at the end of the chip. How many version will they come out with this board? Seems like they have everything now, maybe they add the A, and drop the sound and LAN.

I'm glad I have some time to before I will have to get a new mobo, I feel more of the like will follow. And just what speed difference will be from this board, then their KR7A, KT266A boards. Figuring if you don't overclock.

If you have this board, plan to get it, or seen any reviews, let me know what you think?

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  1. Looks like a good board, it's supposed to be quite the overclocker. It's really new though (and pricey) so not many people have it.

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  2. Abit slipped a couple other boards by me.

    Abit KX7-333
    Abit KX7-333 RAID

    They sure know how to push boards out.
  3. Which is surprising, they've always been the last to market with boards. Well, I guess that they're the last with a KT333 board as well, but they didn't even get an Athlon DDR board out for about 6-8 months after everyone else had them out.

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