ABIT IN9 32X-MAX 680i-SLI motherboard review
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 30 April 2007 12:10
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ABIT IN9 32X-MAX 680i-SLI.
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Things have been so good as of late with the latest Intel processors that it brings back old school memories of the NForce 2 days when motherboards were reaching what was then considered excellent overclocking records. Such milestones were set with the birth of the CCFL neon lights, LED Fans, and heat spreaders on memory sticks. Quake 3 was one of the pinnacle of first person shooter games and modding your case was the talk of the town. It was all about draining everything you could out of your game machine to get any edge over your opponent while showing off your system inside your case. The state of computer affairs have progressed so much that anyone can find a pre-modified case or component for cheap. There are still some elites continuing the shadow art who still appreciate good games on great gaming systems that have the perfect modified theme.

All the big names in the motherboard sector have been on fire in this regard these past few months with platforms reaching uncharted territory in performance and features. Some are very basic motherboards while others are completely decked out in the latest of mod ideas with lights, colored heat sinks, and lot's of polished cooling. ABIT is one of the largest manufacturers of these kinds of motherboards starting with the Fatality 590-SLI series carrying over to the AW9D-MAX with its LEDs. And now, there is the awesome looking IN9 32X-MAX 680i SLI Motherboard.

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