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abit AB9 QuadGT - Fully fledged P965 motherboard - Inside the Box

ABIT's AB9 QuadGT is on the test bench today - can their P965 motherboard cut the cheese and match it with the best?

| Socket LGA 775 in Motherboards | Posted: Mar 23, 2007 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.5%      Manufacturer: Universal abit

Package and Contents

 

 

One thing ABIT has always done is a good packaging scheme. The artwork on the box is eye catching, as always. The front of the box has quite a bit of artwork, model number and ABIT logo.

 

 

The back of the box ABIT has all the info on the board itself, specs, feature run down and a colour photo of the board itself to eliminate confusion as to what you are actually buying.

 

 

Documentation and Software are always important; if you cannot figure out how to setup the board you're not going anywhere. ABIT has a couple manuals, a sticker and driver CD. The colour manual labelled uGURU explains the features of the hardware uGURU set that the ABIT boards' support. A black and white user manual is included with detailed setup instructions and feature of the board. The sticker goes on the inside of one of the case panels for easy reference to the onboard headers and pin out setups, which is quite handy.

 

 

Lastly we have the cable bundle - out of the total 6 SATA ports that the Southbridge provides, ABIT gives you 6 SATA data cables - finally another company that provides the right amount of cables. 1 Parallel ATA and 1 FDD cable make the bulk of the data cables with a 2 port USB and 2 port Firewire combo PCI riser cover port included for the extra onboard headers that the board features.

Abit AB9 QuadGT Motherboard

 

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