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Clearance** Abit TH7-II RAID (Pentium 4 - Socket ) Motherboard - Old Motherboards Archiv order now @ OcUK. ABIT TH7II RAID PIII ATX RAID MOB overview and full product specs on CNET. Abit, always a favorite of the enthusiast community, has chosen to tackle Intel's chipset with its TH7II-RAID motherboard. In typical Abit style.

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These are very small strips which according to Abit increase the stability of the board when overclocking. The area around the socket is also clear from obstructions, and will allow for a substantial heat sink to be applied. Abit TH7II-RAID had no problem fitting an Alpha to it.

The micro strips to aid stability, and the clear space around the socket Another good feature that has been implemented is the use of a diagnostic display, which can show error codes and allow quick and easy diagnosis of any problems that might occur when installing the board. The Abit TH7II-RAID features a comprehensive list of the error codes, and it does work. When first installing the board I didn't have one of the Rimm modules pushed in firmly enough, Abit TH7II-RAID the error code was displayed, allowing me to go almost straight to Abit TH7II-RAID problem.

The Abit TH7II-RAID allowed vary depending on the type of CPU that you put into the board. With an older Willamette, the vcore allowed is up to 2.

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This can Abit TH7II-RAID overcome with a modified bios that allows up to 1. The Rambus options are for the divider, which can be set at MHz for a 3x Abit TH7II-RAID, MHz for a 4x divider, or set to Auto. You should be careful about changing the memory divider, is not all Rambus is capable of running at high fsb's.

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The other bios features are fairly standard, there are no memory timing options on the board, as they are not required with Rambus. The manual is well laid out, and comprehensive, covering installation of the board, bios settings, and installation of the chipset and sound drivers. There is also a list of Abit contact details in the back should you encounter any troubles.

Performance and Testing I used the following Abit TH7II-RAID for testing, the cpu being Abit TH7II-RAID I have found that will overclock extremely well at low voltages, so is ideal for pushing this board to its limits.

I have used various programs to test the performance, including 3d MarkSisoft Sandra, Super Pi, Seti, and others. I have also benchmarked the board with two different Abit TH7II-RAID, to test the performance of the Rdram when running at PC speeds. The i does not officially support this speed, Abit TH7II-RAID will not be implemented until the ie later on this year, but the Abit board had no trouble running at that speed, which provides some future proofing in these fast moving times.

As you can clearly see, with the cpu running at mhz it is a lot faster than a PIV Abit TH7II-RAID mhz.

Next up the multimedia benchmark. Again, significantly faster than a stock PIV.

The reason I am running at bus, which is overclocked right from the start, is to get an even Abit TH7II-RAID of the Rdram running at Abit TH7II-RAID speeds. When running at MHz I can set the Rdram divider to either 3x giving mewhich is stock speed for PC memory, or change it to 4x which gives me PC Rdram is extremely fast, even when running at stock speeds, as you can see. They take existing, already Abit TH7II-RAID overclockable ABIT motherboards and they modify them to do even more.

Now these in-house modifications, the ABIT engineers have been using on their boards, are available to all of Abit TH7II-RAID users. I asked everyone why they were on the board and it was almost like they thought they had done something wrong by putting on something they used, on their own mod devices.


Abit TH7II-RAID Anyway, I talked to that engineer and he said that with RAMBUS systems, the strips should increase overall system stability, especially when overclocking. He went on to say that during overclocking, this will also increase stability between all the devices and the board. Abit TH7II-RAID do you test this? The engineers don't really know either.

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They say that through use over the past year, they know it is effective. Other than that they Abit TH7II-RAID also run EMI Tests during regular usage and while overclocking. The boards with these strips definitely Abit TH7II-RAID in with lower EMI than the systems without.

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Well, what do you think? Do you like the sound of all of this?

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