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End users have been complaining about ABit's products of late claiming that they just haven't put enough though into their boards and accessories, this time ABIT have far outdone themselves. Not only have they used a highly successful chipset for the foundation but have also added ATA-100 RAID support for getting more out of your hard disk setup along with some very innovative overclocking features such as Softmenu 3 and a supped up heatsink on the BX Northbridge this board is designed to fly. Does this board deserve the name ABIT? Yes, this board makes all other BX platforms look much too tame for the overclocker. The ABIT BX133 RAID is the only BX board to buy for your hard earned socket 370 CPU that you just have to overclock.
Rating - 9.5 / 10
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