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ABIT to the MAX - IT7 Max2 Rev 2.0 - Specifications

ABIT have had a very strong tradition of producing high quality motherboards with features right in the line of what enthusiasts want. Today Cameron "Sov" Johnson takes a look at their latest Intel based solution, the IT7 Max2 Rev 2.0 based on the i845PE with Hyper-Threading support for the Intel Pentium 4 platform. With future-proofing features for upcoming processors, does it have what it takes to be your next board? Read on and find out!

| Socket LGA 775 in Motherboards | Posted: Feb 19, 2003 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.5%      Manufacturer: ABIT

Specifications of the IT7 Max2 Rev 2

 

CPU

 

Supports Intel Pentium 4 1.4GHz ~ 2GHz mPGA 478 CPU Willamette

 

Supports Intel Pentium 4 2.0GHz ~ 2.4GHz mPGA 478 Northwood (400FSB)

 

Supports Intel Pentium 4 2.2GHz ~ 2.66GHz+ mPGA 478 Northwood (533FSB)

 

Supports Intel Celeron 1.7GHz+ mPGA 478 Willamette-128 (400FSB)

 

Chipset

 

Intel i845PE with HT

 

i82845PE Northbridge

 

i82801DB Southbridge

 

Intel Hub Architecture @ 266MB/s

 

Bus Frequency

 

100/133MHz Internal

 

400/533MHz External

 

Netburst Micro Architecture

 

Expansion Slots

 

1 AGP 4x

 

4 PCI

 

Expansion Ports

 

1 PS2 Keyboard Port

 

1 PS2 Mouse Port

 

10 USB 2.0 Ports (6 rear accessible, 4 via expansion bracket)

 

2 Firewire Ports

 

5 Stereo Audio Ports

 

1 Optical Audio Port

 

1 Game Port (via expansion bracket)

 

Special Features

 

BIOS overclocking control of FSB, voltages.

 

Onboard Realtek Networking

 

Firewire

 

Highpoint HPT374 RAID

 

Marvel PATA to SATA link

 

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