Abit officially announced a couple of KT400-based motherboards today, both of which support upcoming Athlon XP processors with a 333MHz front-side bus. The new AT7-MAX2's feature set is predictably packed, and they've brought back PS/2 ports this time around. What's particularly interesting about the MAX2 is that it includes Serial ATA RAID and the necessary cables to run older parallel hard drives with the new ports.
If the MAX isn't your bag, there's also the KD7-RAID, which includes integrated networking and audio, but only Highpoint's old 372 IDE RAID controller.
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