Abit's AN7 motherboard


The Athlon XP gets a guru
— 12:00 AM on March 24, 2004

IT MAY NOT HAVE THE FLASH of its 64-bit brethren, but there's still performance potential left in the Athlon XP. This point was certainly proven by our recent look at overclocking the Athlon XP-M 2500+, in which we managed 2400MHz without much difficulty.

Of course, taking advantage of that potential requires the right equipment, and that starts with the motherboard. In our Athlon XP-M article, we achieved our greatest success using Abit's AN7 board. During the course of that test, we decided that the AN7 was interesting enough to deserve a look of its own. Wondering what caught our eye? Read on.

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