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abit AW9D-MAX LGA 775 (Socket T) ATX motherboard

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The motherboard or mainboard is the component that connects all the different parts of your computer. Often it has some integrated components like a sound card, enabling your computer to play sound, or a network card, to connect your computer to the network. The standard form factor (size) for motherboards is ATX, you need at least a midi-tower to fit one of those in. Micro-ATX motherboards are often more complete and have more onboard devices, like a video board and fit in smaller cases, but are generally less expandable.
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Long product name abit AW9D-MAX LGA 775 (Socket T) ATX motherboard :
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AW9D-MAX Intel 975X / 4 x Dual DDR2 800/8GB / 1066 FSB / 7 x SATA 3Gb/s / 0/1/5/0+1 / 8Ch
Short summary description abit AW9D-MAX LGA 775 (Socket T) ATX motherboard:
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abit AW9D-MAX, 8 GB, Intel, LGA 775 (Socket T), 10/100/ 1000M Ethernet, ATX, 7.1 channels
Long summary description abit AW9D-MAX LGA 775 (Socket T) ATX motherboard :

abit AW9D-MAX. Maximum internal memory: 8 GB. Processor family: Intel, Processor socket: LGA 775 (Socket T). Networking features: 10/100/ 1000M Ethernet. Motherboard form factor: ATX, Audio output channels: 7.1 channels. Width: 305 mm, Depth: 245 mm

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Testseek has collected 30 expert reviews for abit AW9D-MAX motherboard and the average expert rating is 82 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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ABIT is back baby!It has been far too long since the ABIT name has been seen on anything here in our labs. Our last motherboard we received was the A8N-32X which was just after ABIT had reclaimed its name under the Universal ABIT brand.ABIT has been th...
Bottom line Well, all we can say is “WOW!”Without a doubt ABIT is back, bigger and better than ever before. ABIT’s reputation for overclocking to the max is secure - in fact, this is definitely a personal best for any Intel 975X motherboards we have...
Want to upgrade to Intels Core 2 Duo? What about the motherboard though? Its straightforward on the opposite camp - if youre maintaining your allegiance to AMD, then grab a decent Nforce 5 motherboard, and Bobs moving in with your Aunt. For Core 2...
Good Excellent for overclocking, Excellent accompiament to Core 2 Duo...
Bad Pretty expensive, Not much room for expansion...
Bottom line Want to upgrade to Intels Core 2 Duo? What about the motherboard though? Its straightforward on the opposite camp - if youre maintaining your allegiance to AMD, then grab a decent Nforce 5 motherboard, and Bobs moving in with your Aunt. For Core 2...
Abits Max series of motherboards has always been quite different and daring in terms of design and features. The AW9D-Max doesnt surprise here as it has some rather quirky features. The rear I/O layout is very basic, with two PS/2 ports, four USB 2...
Bottom line The Abit AW9D-Max is a very good motherboard, although theres an issue with CrossFire performance, the price is quite high and the connector layout could be better. At least you get quite a feature-rich board for your money. ®...
The last time I switched camps from AMD to Intel, Abit had the best Socket 478 Motherboard out in the IC7-MAX3. Now that I have decided to once again make the switch back to Intel, I am hoping to repeat the same successes that I had with my last Abit...
Good Excellent performance clock for clock , Ease of overclockability, Plenty of room around the cpu socket for large cooling solutions...
Bad Unusable pci slots when dual graphics cards are installed, SATA connecters between graphics slots making access difficult with dual GPU’s, Difficulty reaching the CMOS jumper with dual Gpu setups...
Bottom line Abit has put together another great product. With the use of the Intel 975x chipset, this board definitely out shines some of the other hardware on the market today. It is not a high fsb clocker unless you resort to volt mods. That being said, you can...
Abit were founded in 1989 and by 1991 was the fastest growing motherboard manufacturer in the world with sales exceeding $10,000,000. Over the next 15 years the company went from strength to strength opening new factories in Taiwan and China winning nu...
Good 2x Gigabit Ethernet controllers, Overclockers Dream, Improved Silent Qtes 2 system, Firewire B support, 8 Channel sound, 7x Sata ports, 1x eSata, uGuru software...
Bad Like most boards with silent cooling, this would need some sort of aid for Qtes system with water cooling, Odd 7th sata port placement.
Bottom line Absolutely outstanding from abit, a true enthusiast’s board, some enthusiasts might have a problem with the limited Memory timing options, but what is in the bios is more than enough for most. This board certainly puts abit back on the top of the pi...
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