When news 1st broke that Abit was becoming to be bought by USI earlierthis year, it appeared unconvincing that Abit would go forward theirlong-campaigning tradition of developing enthusiast stage CPU Boards.After all, USI is a much more traditional electronics company, andenthusiast/overclocking programs didn't appear similar they wouldmesh well underneath the USI umbrella.
Fortunately, all this skepticism was for naught, as the freshly reviewed UniversalAbit has arrive out of the gate swinging, developing high-endplatforms which not just cater to the high-end tweaker CPU Boardmarket they once dominated, but might very well top their old boardsin terms of introduction and style.
Their flagship partizan programs are tagged with the "Fatality"brand name and commercialized immediately to high-end gamers andoverclockers, boasting highly customized characteristic sets andlayouts which won't charm to the vast majority of purchasers.
Fatality boards typically convey a significant cost premium over likewiseboasted platforms, and are surely not patterned for the mainstreamuser. Their most recent Fatality board is grounded on the NvidianForce 590 SLI chipset for the AMD Athlon64 X2/FX Socket-AM2 family,and is constituting sold underneath the "Fatality AN9 32X"name.All of the CPU board which accept arrive to market grounded onthe nForce 590 SLI chipset thus far accept all catered to theenthusiast market, as this chipset is mainly planned for high-fimalusers.
Abithas handled to hold in approximately concerning characteristics todistinguish their board from competing results, admitting a singularheatpipe cooling result, an independent Dolby Digital Live compliantsound riser card, and backlit red LED lighting, on with Abit's ownuGuru overclocking engineerings.