Abit IN9 32X-MAX Wi-Fi

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About the Product

The IN9 32X-MAX Wi-Fi is a socket 775 motherboard that uses the Nvidia nForce 680i SLI chipset. It has 4 DDR2-800 DIMM slots, 2 PCI-Express x16, 1 PCI Express x8, 1 PCI-Express x1, 2 PCI slots, integrated audio, and supports 1333/1066 MHz FSB speeds and Ultra DMA 66/100/133.

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Vision Online  --- Feb 15 '07
Neoseeker  --- Mar 15 '07
CPU3D.com  --- Mar 29 '07
Hexus  --- Aug 10 '07
Inside Hardware  --- Aug 13 '07
Overclock3D.Net 85% Feb 11 '07
Overclockers Club  --- Apr 06 '07
Tweak Town  --- Mar 06 '07
Virtual Hideout  --- Apr 29 '07
X-bit labs  --- May 01 '07
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Abit IN9 32X-MAX Wi-Fi Roundups and Shootouts

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Abit IN9 32X-MAX Wi-Fi Review DriverHeaven -- Apr 12 '07
Abit IN9 32X-MAX Wi-Fi Review Hot Hardware -- Apr 04 '07
Abit IN9 32X-MAX Wi-Fi Review Technic3D -- Jun 22 '07

Inside Hardware on Aug 15 '07

"The only possible flaw of this motherboard is its price. Nothing else could have been expected, though, as it is maximally equipped and reliable. After surpassing this flaw, i.e. buying the..."

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Neoseeker on Mar 27 '07

"Don't get me wrong, I'd love to own any 680i SLI based board, and I would definately consider the Abit IN9 32X-MAX the start to a true power house system. But the largest disappointment by far has..."

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Overclock3D.Net on Feb 14 '07

"abit have done a great job in putting together a solid board with an excellent bundle that looks and performs very very well. In gaming performance out tests have shown that the board is top-notch..."

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Overclockers Club on Apr 10 '07

"The strengths of this board are the graphics and memory buses. With the same timings and clock speeds across the two platforms, the IN9 32X-MAX showed its colors.The maximum stable overclocks for..."

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Tweak Town on Mar 07 '07

"While it’s cheaper than something like the ASUS Striker Extreme by around $70 AUD (about $54 USD), if you’re spending that much money you’re probably better off spending a little more. While it has..."

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