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"ABIT's Nearest Plans
Posted 9/17/01 at 10:40 pm by Rat
Some interesting info on ABITís mainboard plans till the end of the year has penetrated into the web. Well, letís take a look, what we can expect from this mainboard manufacturer in the nearest future.
First come the Socket A solutions for AMD Athlon and Duron CPUs:
KR7A-RAID. This mainboard is based on the new VIA KT266A chipset and is positioned to replace the KR7-RAID mainboard based on VIA KT266 chipset in ABITís roadmap. The main distinguishing feature of this mainboard from similar solutions by other manufacturers is the 4 DIMM slots for PC1600/PC2100 DDR SDRAM. All the other specs of the product are pretty standard: 1 AGP 4x and 6 PCI slots, 4 USB ports. The mainboard will be equipped with an integrated ATA/100 RAID controller from HighPoint Ė HPT370.
The supplies are expected to start as soon as the VIA KT266A chipset starts shipping in mass, i.e. in October.
KS7. As for the Value market sector, ABIT is preparing another cheaper DDR mainboard there. It will be based on SiS735 chipset and consequently, will boast somewhat simpler specifications. It will feature 1 AGP 4x slot, 6 PCI slots, 4 USB ports, 3 DIMM slots for PC1600/PC2100 DDR SDRAM. There will be no integrated RAID controller onboard.
The shipments should begin in November.
NV7. This so long awaited solution based on NVIDIA nForce chipset will appear only in December. Besides the regular features such as 1 AGP 4x slot, 6 PCI slots, 4 USB ports, 3 DIMM slots for PC1600/PC2100 DDR SDRAM, we should also mention an HPT370 integrated ATA/100 RAID controller from HighPoint, even though you see no "RAID" in the product name."
For some reason, this article has already been taken down from RoJak's site, that didn't take long! I went back to get the url to post instead of the article and found a dead end.