You can also be certain your system will work after you pop it up. If so you will be able to but the 1. Hmm, that doesn’t look too promising. Fri Oct 12, 1: They have been trying to make them work using the latest 4a bios for the KT7A 1. ATX form factor 2. Jan 15, Posts:
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My first experience with Abit kit was way back in when the BH6 and Celeron A was the overclocking combination to own. Okay so I know my mobo is an abit, kt7w I just pulled this from http: Jan 2, Posts: I do like this board a lot though, it offers overclockers all the facilities we need to get the best out of the system, and you cant really expect much more from a motherboard, this along with Abit’s experience in this market and there continual bug fixing BIOS updates and web presence ensures that ktt7a Abit KT7 series motherboards are winners in my eyes.
If so you will be able raid//kt7e but the 1. You can also be certain your system will work after you pop it up. Supports up to 1. Fri Oct 12, 4: When the CPU’s a bit faster and the performance delta a bit larger, I’ll upgrade. Memory performance and bandwidth make quite a large difference to the whole computer’s performance and benchmark results.
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Fitted with an all-in-one monoblock which matches the Gigabyte Aorus aesthetic. Phew with that little bit about RAID over lets see what it means for your computer kf7a the all important Benchmarks. With the KT7A rev1. Will a BIOS upgrade fix the older versions? I should get new proc the begining of next week and then I will post the bad news.
In another trend setting move Abit k7ta among the first to include Jumperless setup, all the functions of the motherboard are available within the SoftMenu in the BIOS, this makes setting up the Abit motherboards as painless and easy as possible, fumbling about for tiny jumpers and poring over board diagram layouts trying to find hidden jumper JP23 has become a thing of the past.
This is one place where the Abit really shines above other socket A boards on the market it offers lots of tweaking possibilities. I have a 1.
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But it does not seem include older versions In advanced Chipset features, the memory timing was set to Turbo, Interleave was set to 4 way and CAS latency set to 2, these are the main options for performance setting, they only work with decent quality branded memory, such as Crucial or Mushkin, with cheaper spec memory you may not be able to turn on all the performance settings and still maintain stability.
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I could run a whole bunch of tests of the board, but since I just reviewed the whole OcUK bundle last week, it seems somewhat pointless so I’ll just show you the most popular Sandra benchmarks. I guess I got my answer That might be a nice upgrade point.
should i risk putting an athlon xp into my abit kt7a raid v1.1?
Fri Oct 12, 2: Can anyone confirm this beyond the one source? Magoo, can you please post here when your Athlon XP arrives to let us know abti it works? I can’t remember where I saw it, but my cloudy mind remembers it was somehow related to Azzo computers.
Fri Oct 12, 8: Click here for a slightly more thorough rundown on RAID.