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Date: August 26th, 2003
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Abit
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CORPORATE PROFILE

The brand name 'ABIT" has been a symbol of quality, performance, and stability for a long time. No matter where you are, you can find ABIT's products and the spirit our products have. It is a great honor for us to be one of the premier motherboard manufacturers in the world. Without every employee's hard work and outstanding teamwork, it is impossible for ABIT to achieve all this. ABIT has also had the help and support of great partners along the way.


PRODUCT INTRODUCTION

When you are shopping for a new performance overclocking motherboard, there are only a handful of manufacturers that are by far the leaders in quality, workmanship, features and reliability. One name that is always mentioned is Abit. With a fan base getting stronger and stronger by the day and engineering that seems to just keep on improving their product, Abit is going stronger than ever and has wedged itself into a tight group of the best tier 1 motherboard manufacturers in the world.

Today I will be reviewing the best canterwood motherboard that they offer, the IC7-G Max II Advance.

Does it hold it's ground as one of the best overclocking and performance boards on the market today? Read on...

 

 


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