ABIT offers a peek at their new P965 chipset based motherboard
Subject: Motherboards | July 5, 2006 - 12:20 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
AnandTech recently received an AB9Pro from ABIT for Socket775. While this evaluation version does not yet support Core Duo processors, you can have a look at the performance with a single core chip.
"The Abit name will remain as the main identity for products but expect to hear more from Universal
Abit as the company transitions itself from strictly IT manufacturing to leading technology design and
brand management. This strategic partnership also signals a return of Abit to their roots as a company
driven to provide the computer enthusiast and extreme overclocker with the highest performance
solutions available. While we have not received their new Max or Fatal1ty product lines for review
yet, Abit was generous enough to send us their mainstream Intel performance board -- the AB9 Pro --
based upon the new Intel P965 Express chipset."
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