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ABIT AW9D-MAX Motherboard - Core 2's new Best Friend?

It's been a while but now we have an ABIT board and it doesn't disappoint - come for a ride and check out the AW9D-MAX.

| Socket LGA 775 in Motherboards | Posted: Oct 4, 2006 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.5%      Manufacturer: Universal ABIT




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 through quite a bit in the last year - mainly financial troubles including being suspended from trading on the Taiwan Stock Exchange. This really hurt ABIT quite a bit and for quite a while it was the last we saw of them, especially in the hardcore arena.


Today they are back, bigger and better with new backing, new staff and a full throttle attitude towards the enthusiast market.


Today we have ABIT's new Core 2 supporting motherboard based on Intel's 975X Express chipset - not only does it support Core 2 but it supports all of the Pentium 4, Pentium D and Pentium Extreme Edition families.


Dubbed the AW9D-MAX, today we are going to delve into a new motherboard from the hardcore kings at ABIT and see if it can stack up against the strong competition.

Abit AW8D Motherboard


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