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    Default Abit AW9D-MAX

    It's good to see Abit back in the limelight again, even if it's only an half assed
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    But at least it's got quadcore support http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/200...w9d_max/1.html
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    I'm quite happy with that mobo I was going to buy a P5W-DH but for stock reasons I got this Abit (about 1 month ago).
    I got about 450Mhz FSB without any mods. The only weird problem I have is that with the raid 0 (haven't tryied without the raid) every time I make a reboots (on windows) the hard drives stops like if I power off the PSU and until the raid bios is shown in the screen, they don't get powered again... (and I need to wait some seconds for that).
    I'm 100% sure it's a motherboard problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krampak View Post
    I'm quite happy with that mobo I was going to buy a P5W-DH but for stock reasons I got this Abit (about 1 month ago).
    I got about 450Mhz FSB without any mods. The only weird problem I have is that with the raid 0 (haven't tryied without the raid) every time I make a reboots (on windows) the hard drives stops like if I power off the PSU and until the raid bios is shown in the screen, they don't get powered again... (and I need to wait some seconds for that).
    I'm 100% sure it's a motherboard problem.
    I have a old MSI 875p-Neo that does that
    MSI P67A-GD65
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    Zalman ZM-MFC1
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    Silverstone Zeus ST85ZF
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    Hmm.. Another board that does SLI and supports Quad Core.

    Fun!

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    I don't think it does sli. Supported, that is. There are hacked drivers...

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    It has native support to CrossFire. The strange thing is that it comes with a SLI bridge connector. I could try it if I had an SLI setup but sorry, I haven't XD

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