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Well that’s the drive benchmarks covered in some detail now on with the other bits, obviously there are a wide variety of different factors which influence the overall speed of the motherboard, CPU choice for one, memory speed for another and probably the most. RAID 0 stripping mode for boosting performance 4. The only slight improvements Abit could make in my eyes would be to offer a wider voltage adjustment within the BIOS maybe up to 1.
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Click here for tk7a slightly more thorough rundown on RAID. Memory performance and bandwidth make quite a large difference to the whole computer’s performance and benchmark results.
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I ran it with a MHz Athlon Thunderbird CPU and it easily got the Tbird up to MHz, obviously this has a lot to do manul the choice of CPU, but the Abit board with manyal it’s tweaks offers manhal best possible chance of overclocking the CPU and running it successfully, Abit have been loudly touting the 3 phase power circuits built on the board whilst over manufacturers stick with a 2 phase voltage circuit design, the 3 phase power design is supposed to offer better stability under the high current loads of the latest CPU’s and anit the overclocked Tbird’s, and it also offers much better heat dissipation, throughout the boards components.
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 k7ta BIOS updates and web presence ensures that the Abit KT7 series motherboards are winners ,anual my eyes. The only bit where RAID doesn’t seem to increase the performance is in the random read and write tests, though these results are certainly no lower than a single drive, the buffered and sequential transfer rates are much higher than with a single drive.
In another trend setting move Abit where 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.
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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. Just about everyone plays games so lets see how the Abit copes with a few gaming benchmarks. Supports up to 1. ATX form factor 2. RAID 1 mirroring mode for data security 5.
Phew with that little bit about RAID over lets see what it means for your computer and the all important Benchmarks. I could run a whole bunch of tests of the board, but since I just reviewed the sbit OcUK bundle last week, it seems somewhat pointless so I’ll just show you the most popular Sandra benchmarks.
This is one place where the Abit really shines above other socket A boards on the market it offers lots of tweaking possibilities. Via have sussed this out an now the KTA chipset is regarded as a high performance motherboard chipset.
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For a final gaming benchmark I tried out 3dmark and tried to get the highest possible score. If you wait for the picture above to load you will see the memory benchmarks are taken at the various different settings and finally with the FSB maxed out at MHZ with all the various options in the Abit BIOS turned on for extra memory performance.
Fitted abt an all-in-one monoblock which matches the Gigabyte Aorus aesthetic. I must say I like Abit motherboards a mnaual, just about every motherboard I’ve had in the past few years, has been an Abit, I’ve gone from the BH6 through to the BE6 and now on with the KT7 series and manaul all performed, and kept of performing consistently over the years.
Abit where among the first to fit a Fan on the Northbridge chipset, they set the trend, now heatsink and fans are common on nearly every recent motherboard Northbridge controller. Overall RAID 0 makes the computer feel quicker and more responsive in loading applications and large janual, the only downside is the extra expense and the bit of extra time on Windows bootup as the RAID array is initialized.
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Performance doesn’t vary especially much with the new KTA boards, they all essentially use the same components, the KTA and the new VIA B Southbridge which has native support for ATA transfer rates, the Abit does however offer lots of features to improve memory performance, these features aren’t implemented on all KT boards, and yet again Abit leads the pack in this area, the key area where Abit seem to lead is in the swift rectification of problems with the boards, usually this is a new BIOS release which fixes and improves speed and offers extra features.
I recently got one of Abit’s current socket A motherboards, from past experience with the Abit KT7 RAID the previous version I knew I was in for a treat, Abit motherboards have built up an enviable reputation for building extra features and options on their motherboards.
The fan keeps the Northbridge cooler and adds stability at the higher bus speeds offered on the newer boards.