If you were intrigued by our review of the Abit KA7 series motherboards, you'll definitely want to read Kyle's review of the new-and-improved Socket A version of Abit's Athlon platform, the KT7. Complete with RAID, shorter trace lengths, and a new power regulation setup, the KT7 looks to be one of the best places to drop yer T-bird or Duron.
Of course, it wouldn't be the OCP without a little overclocking. And forget the switches and jumpers, this is an Abit we're talking about. How does a 1GHz Duron sound? Tasty, no?
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