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DFI releases AD76 with KT333CE chipset

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Cameron Wilmot | Mar 11, 2002 at 8:46 am CST (0 mins, 44 secs time to read)

My good mate Dave Mao from DFI let me know that they have just released their brand spankin' new AD76 motherboard. This board is maxed out with some pretty nice features indeed - ATA133 RAID, USB 2.0 and 6 channel onboard sound just to mention a few.

"DFI is the first motherboard company to announce the launch of a motherboard supporting the newest KT333CE Chipset. The AD76-RAID and AD76 motherboards from DFI will use ONLY the KT333CE chipset. The KT333CE chipset is the newest chipset from VIA, ensuring great performance and stability for the AMD CPU platform. The AD76 Series motherboards bring support of DDR333 (PC2700) and DDR266 (PC2100) memory over 4 DIMMs. DFI has fully tested the KT333CE Line of motherboards, the AD76-RAID and the AD76 to ensure complete compatibility with the latest and future CPUS from AMD."

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