Abit AB9 QuadGT Pro Reviews

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Anandtech  --- Feb 21 '07
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"The abit AB9 QuadGT is a Core 2 Quad ready enthusiast motherboard that is truly worthy of the abit legacy. It has a tremendously stable and solid build and is a motherboard that we would not hesitate to use ourselves. All but the most hardcore overclockers are going to be very satisfied with this motherboard."
"Support for a new product is important, especially since the AB9 QuadGT has been out for over 2 months and without the needed BIOS update, this board falls short there. I'm sure it's an oversight that will be shortly corrected. The board has excellent performance, with performance rivaling that of the high-end 965 boards from ASUS or GIGABYTE, and the features include Crossfire, Quad Core support (hence the name) and S/PDIF ports on the back panel."
"The Quad GT is definitely a board to consider for any middle range consumer. With a little price searching, the Abit AB9 Quad GT can be currently (March 2007) for around $200 on most online retails. The Quad GT gets a solid recommendation for those with the intent to overclock."
"Abit AB9 QuadGT is simply a very solid card with tons of nice features, and overclocking potential that should satisfy almost every user. Even the physical layout is of top class, as are the possibilities for further expansion like eSATA ports, HDMI sound and so on. Maybe you could miss an additional Ethernet port, or even an extra SATA port if you want to win those wars. This is something that we sacrifice gladly for the terribly stable management, and if something were to go wrong, there's a LED panel on the board for troubleshooting purposes, in addition to a CCMOS switch on the I/O plate."
"There are quite a few worthy features to be gained using the AB9 Quad GT P965 Crossfire Motherboard. Peripherals are plentiful for one. Anyone buying the newest components to play the latest games or maximizing the use of video and audio software, will definitely want the upgraded SATA II performance along with the great Core 2 Duo processors. Quad core users will be happy to know that the AB9 Quad GT provides the same great performance. This may seem like a normal passive motherboard with its heat pipe sinks and seemingly, uneventful markings. But underneath, this platform just begs to be cut loose! Price to performance, it would be a crime to pass this motherboard up and not put it to work with some very capable overclocking memory or at least a powerful graphics card."

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