abit Introduces AMD Phenom Ready AX78

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News Posted: Fri, Nov 23 2007 4:46 PM

abit Introduces First AMD Phenom Ready Motherboard, the AX78


AMD 770 chipset with native support for AM2+ Phenom CPUs with HT3


abit today announced their latest AMD 770 chipset-based motherboard, the abit AX78. This is abit’s first motherboard with native support for AMD Phenom quad-core processors delivering best performance for true quad-core processors, HyperTransport 3,  Dual Channel DDR2 1066 memory, PCI Express 2.0 and CrossFire X. The unique abit engineered features set you apart from others and warrant for a most advanced computing experience with abit’s patented Silent OTES  heatpipe, 4-phase PWM for AM2+ processors, 100% Japanese made capacitors for lasting durability and the external EZ CCMOS switch to reset your BIOS without the need to open your computer case. Set yourself apart with most advanced computing.


With AMD’s latest Phenom FX processors you get true quad-core computing power through the implementation of four cores on one silicon. An increased L3 cache shared by all four cores allows for quickest access of your most accessed data. Native support for dual channel DDR2 1066 memory modules in combination with the latest HyperTransport 3 bus technology, which can reach an overall peak datatransferrate of up to 20.8 GB/sec., are only the most outstanding new features for AMD processor based platforms.  This is the best foundation for ultimate performance in a megatasking environment.


For high-end gaming and visual performance the abit AX78 is equipped with two PCI Express 2.0 x16 slots (1 x16, 1 x4 bandwidth) supporting ATI CrossFire X dual graphics. For further upgrades with add-on cards, one additional  PCIe x1 und three PCI slots are provided for. The integrated high definition audio is scalable up to 7.1 channels for a fully cinematic surround sound soundscape. Supporting a total of 10 USB 2.0 ports of which 4 are already accessible through the back panel the user has sufficient connectivity for other multimedia devices of all kinds...




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mazuki replied on Fri, Nov 23 2007 5:47 PM
hope to see a review here soon
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