Send your suggestions here







Date: August 27th, 2003
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Abit
<--Shop for this item


PRODUCT COMPOSITION

For around US$175-$190 you will receive...

One thing I do have to mention is Abit's care in packaging. Everything is neatly tucked into sectioned folders and boxes.

In one folder, you will receive the usual manuals, driver CD and floppies and I/O shield plate. The manuals are easy to use, clear and concise and if you need a quick jumper reference, Abit has included a jumper configuration sheet to get things up and running in no time.

The second box contains all the connectors and cables for the IDE and SATA harddrives and a rear USB 2.0 connector hub.

One interesting little addition which is the first difference between the IC7 and the IC7-G was this standard IDE to SATA convertor you could use if you fill up the IDE channels. Having a value of US$25 to purchase it alone in a store, I found it to be a great addition for anyone out there that has to have a boat load of hard drives installed and doesn't have enough standard IDE connectors.

Sometimes I get all caught up in the toy boxes that I forget about the reason you are reading this review. Mmmmm, Dead Sexy!

 

 


<<Page 2 Home Page 4>>

Calling all tweakers

SAMSUNG BD-D6500 3D BLU-RAY PLAYER REVIEW

PATRIOT PCBOWAU2-N WIRELESS N USB ADAPTER REVIEW

SAMSUNG SA850/S27A850D 27 INCH LED MONITOR REVIEW

ASUS BW-12B1LT INTERNAL 12X BLU-RAY WRITER REVIEW

  • Motherboards
  • Memory
  • Processors (Box)
  • Processors (OEM)
  • Cooling Fans
  • Graphics Cards
  • Digital Video
  • Hard Disks
  • DVD ROM
  • CD ROM
  • CDR/CDRW
  • Multi Media
  • Cases
  • Power Supplies
  • Input Devices
  • LCD Monitors
  • Networking
  • Printers
  • Scanners
  • Software
  • Notebooks
  • PDAs


    Search for lowest prices in
    for

  •  
     

    All modifications published on this site are for your own responsibility.
    TweakNews.net is not responsible in any way for damage caused.

    Copyright www.TweakNews.net