Abit Announces the NF8 based on the nForce3 Chipset

Subject: Motherboards | October 22, 2004 - 01:23 PM |
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ABIT Engineering comes to the nForce3 platform: NF8 motherboard

 

October, 22 ABIT took the overclocking world by storm with the release of the legendary NF7 motherboard. With breakneck performance and BulletProof stability, the NF7 represented the yardstick by which all nForce 2 based motherboards were judged. Today, ABIT launches the follow up to the nForce juggernaut — the NF8 motherboard. Combining the best of ABIT and nForce technologies, the legend of ABIT nForce motherboards continues with the NF8.

 

Powered by the NVIDIA nForce 3 250Gb chipset for support for the latest AMD Athlon 64 and Sempron CPUs, the NF8 combines the power of nForce3 with ABIT Engineering for unparalleled overclocking performance.

 


The NF8 is built upon the NVIDIA nForce 3 250Gb chipset, which supports the latest Socket 754 AMD Athlon 64 and Sempron CPUs. 1.6 GHz HyperTransport Technology enables massive overall system bandwidth to drive the latest 3D games and applications, and Cool n' Quiet Technology ensures that the system remains cool in the heat of competition. 2 DDR 400 DIMM slots support a whopping 2GB of memory. Storage options are taken care of with the 2 SATA ports and 2 IDE ports that adorn the NF8, making future storage expansion a simple task. Built-in USB 2.0 allows the NF8 to connect to the hottest high-speed peripherals, and optional IEEE 1394 functionality is a godsend for multimedia buffs. With a robust feature set, the NF8 makes an ideal backbone for your Athlon 64-based dream rig. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />


 


 


 





For more information on ABIT and BulletProof Technology, go here:


http://www.abit-usa.com

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