Abit Challenges You to Tame the Beast

"Abit launches their contender featuring the new NVIDIA nForce 680i SLI chipset: the IN9 32X-MAX. Can you tame the beast?"

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Author: WC Annihilus
Source: Abit


Abit has recently announced the release of their newest motherboard featuring NVIDIA's nForce 680i SLI chipset: the IN9 32X-MAX. With abit's µGuru Technology features such as Fan EQ, OC Guru, ABIT EQ, and FlashMenu, this board should prove to be one of the most overclocking-friendly motherboards around.

The IN9 32X-MAX has a collection of other features such as a 5-phase Digital PWM, the Silent-OTES heatpipe chipset cooling system, true dual x16 PCI-E slots with an added x8 physics lane, an EZ CMOS reset switch, 2 e-SATA 3G ports, and integrated 7.1 Channel Dolby Digital & DTS surround sound.

The IN9 32X-MAX is abit's first motherboard to be able to handle Intel's upcoming Quad-Core processors and have support for FSB speeds of up to 1333MHZ.

IN9 32X-MAX

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01-12-2005, 17:17:55

catch22
I have available an Intel Celeron 1100. Any idea if I could use this chip on an Abit BH6 Motherboard?

01-12-2005, 17:22:58

FragTek
What socket is the Celeron?

01-12-2005, 17:35:44

Phnom_Penh
Its going to be a fc-pga, so its a coppermine, unless it has a ihs (metal plate) over the core, which means its an fc-pga2, and therefore a tualatin.

01-12-2005, 17:43:29

catch22
I believe its a Tualatin 370 socket

01-12-2005, 17:48:03

Phnom_Penh
Whats the serial printed on the black label on the top of the cpu? will be something like SL3FY etc.

01-12-2005, 17:57:46

catch22
Intel 1100A/256/100 1.475
SL5ZE

01-12-2005, 18:22:18

Phnom_Penh
I just checked on Intels and Abits websites and as far as I can tell, it is supported, but you would need a Slocket, such as the PL-iP3/T from www.powerleap.com. IMO, it would be easier to pickup a board that supports the processor from Ebay.

01-12-2005, 19:41:36

FragTek
The slocket was a horrid invention... Please never mention it again, lol.

01-12-2005, 22:23:17

bloodthirst
i hate slockets argh lol :bs:

02-12-2005, 05:19:57

catch22
Looks like Powerleap would be expensive. The only Slocket I have at present is a Gigabye without any controls. I think I will have to keep checking out our local tip often find treasure there. Many thanks for help
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