Abit IN9 32X-MAX Wi-Fi Pro Reviews
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"Abit IN9 32X-Max, is an impressive motherboard with some excellent features. Enthusiasts will find this motherboard hard to beat. It supports the latest 1333Mhz FSB and Quad core processors. Price may be a little high but I think it's worth it ... so start saving your pennies now."
"In some ways, the IN9 32X-MAX WiFi is a classic abit motherboard. It offers a host of features for the enthusiast and its BIOS gives an outrageous degree of control over the board's performance."
"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 motherboard, all the options you will be able to set in BIOS will make sure that you forget very soon how much you paid for this ;-)"
"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 to be the poor overclocking result when texted aginst older/weaker chipsets. Despite beginning to sound like a broken record, I still have to blame it on a very immature BIOS."
"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 and in my opinion it's the "must have" for SLI 8800. However it still feels like the board needs to go through a few BIOS revisions to get the extreme overclocking performance that abit are claiming it can do. The FSB overclocking on this board was slightly unsatisfactory. It's worth noting that abit are working on this right now, though."