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abit intro trio of new motherboards

budget focused

Steve Dougherty | Nov 21, 2007 at 05:54 pm CST (0 mins, 48 secs reading time)

abit have just introduced three new motherboards for the slightly more budget conscious buyer, these catering to both the AMD and Intel crowd.

First up is the AN68SD; this is an AMD Socket AM2+ offering based on NVIDIA's new nForce 520D chipset.

It's a little bit of a mixed bag; abit have made sure to include a few enthusiast-oriented features such as the SoftMenu BIOS overclocking menu, external CMOS reset switch and abit's Silent OTES chipset cooling system, however only four SATA ports and a single PCIe x16 slot is resident on this board.

Next up is the I-N73H series of motherboards based on NVIDIA's GeForce 7100/nForce 630i chipset for the Intel platform.

There is the slightly lower spec'd "I-N73H" model and also a "I-N73HD" board which seems only to differ with its inclusion of FireWire support.

Grab the press material for the AN68SD and I-N73H/I-N73HD to find out full details on them.

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