As the BX chipset fades futher into its inevitable obsolescence, Andy Drake over at BXBoards has returned from a little hiatus, and he's got the dirt on the RAID-capable version of Abit's new T-bird/Duron motherboard, the KT7 RAID. The review includes an excellent how-to on setting up an IDE RAID array using Ghost. If you hadn't thought of this approach, you'd best have a look, since it's really the only way to fly.
Unfazed by the non-BX-ness of these boards, Andy also has a review of Gigabyte's Socket A mobo, the imaginitively named GA-7ZM. It's no KT7, but it is nice and small.
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