Of course, taking advantage of that potential requires the right equipment, and that starts with the motherboard. During the course of that test, we decided that the AN7 was interesting enough to deserve a look of its own. Wondering what caught our eye? Read on.
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Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy , which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. Post a comment. General Overclocking. This board features advanced manual options that aid in overclocking and performance-tuning efforts. Chipset Type. Compatible Processors. Processor Socket. Socket A. Max Bus Speed. Interface Type. Serial ATA Storage Interfaces.
Internal Interfaces. Interface Provided Qty. Connector Type. Networking Data Link Protocol. Ethernet, Fast Ethernet. Miscellaneous Product Type. Audio Audio Codec. Realtek ALC Compliant Standards. AC '97, Dolby Digital 5. Video Video Output. Audio Output Sound Output Mode. Signal Processor. Audio Codec. Storage Controller 2nd Controller Interface Type. LAN Network Interfaces.
Dual channel memory architecture. Registered or Buffered. Max Size. Header Brand. Product Line. Packaged Quantity.
Mainboard Form Factor. Data Bus Speed. Supported RAM Technology. Supported RAM Speed. Supported RAM Standard. Manual Settings. Hardware Monitoring. Hardware Features. Interfaces Storage. USB 3. Expansion Slots Total Qty. Free Qty. Slot Required Type. Storage Interfaces Interface. Connector s.
Internal Interfaces Type. Features Manual Settings. BIOS Features.
Abit An7 Users Manual
With ABIT's brand being synonymous with the overclocking community everywhere in the world, it was much welcomed as the motherboard of choice especially in a competition where even a tiny 1MHz gained at the core or memory clock could mean an immediate lead in the contest. Though a lot of attention has shifted to AMD's current bit technology, a large part of users are still very comfortable with the Athlon XP in particular those based on the Barton core which comes with a KB L2 cache. As such, the Socket-A form factor will continue to live on until AMD decides to pull the plug on the aged K7 technology - which is still going pretty strong even by today's demanding compute intensive environment. We know this motherboard is nothing new, but we thought it would be good for the sake of the interest of those considering this board. Therefore, we picked out the ABIT AN7 and decided to have it featured in our reviews section today aren't you tired of all the new things you read today that you can't even buy? This is an old archive page of HWZ prior to revamp.
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