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Abit VH6T

Ronald Hanaki
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Since Tualatin is not out yet, there is no way that we can know for sure but it looks like Abit is the first one out of the gate with a motherboard supporting Intel’s Tualatin (0.13 micron Pentium III). AKIBA is reporting that Abit has introduced the VH6T; check out the screenshots on this page. Based on the VIA Apollo Pro 133A chipset, Abit’s new board claims to have support for the 1.2V FC-PGA2. Abit has posted the official specs to the VH6T here.

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