Abit offers two versions of the AI7 motherboard. The board is packaged in a typical Abit fashion but sports a new aesthetic look. Boasting a total of eight USB 2. Placement of the CPU socket has been rotated 45 degrees, making it much easier to work with during installation. Poll My distribution is:. The idea behind uGuru sounds great, but is windows based so all you Linux users will have little or no use for this function.
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It is used to check the status of components and peripherals, indicating if an issue is present with an alpha numeric post code. Having the AGP slot lower makes for better access to memory modules, and in my opinion was a very wise decision. This positioning offers better air flow around bulky Northbridge heatsinks and free from capacitors.
The board is packaged in a typical Abit fashion but sports a new aesthetic look. The memory slots are grouped in two color-coded slots allowing for easy identification and setup of dual channel mode. It appears the included documentation has ssound under gone some changes as well.
Though we found this board to be rock solid and feature enriched, this may not be the best motherboard for the Linux user, more so the Windows community. Abit AI7 Motherboard Review. This board uses an Intel i chipset which is a cost effective sibling of the high-speed and expensive Intel i chipset.
ABIT AI7 – motherboard – ATX – Socket 478 – i865PE
Boasting a total of eight USB 2. This new look is much more simplistic and clean.
Poll My distribution is:. It is more accommodating to the English language, packed aj7 illustrations going into greater detail and also comes with a quick start guide. The AI7 most certainly is a stable motherboard with all the bells and whistles. Including the ability to apply your settings on with wound by pressing F8 no reboot required. Overall connectors are well placed, with the exception of the floppy connector which is right at the bottom of the board.
Placement of the CPU wi7 has been rotated 45 degrees, making it much easier to work with during installation. Reason being Abit has decided to use up the space to allow better placement of the AGP slot on the board.
But as a Linux user, you may be missing out on the strengths the uGuru processor real-time monitoring and tweaking. If you require more USB or FireWire ports there is a bracket included which is easily connected to an internal controller. These post codes can be cross referenced in the manual for basic trouble shooting and description of the problem.
The idea behind uGuru sounds great, but is windows based so all you Linux ssound will have little or no use for this function.
The AI7 is one of Abit’s latest motherboards to introduce an innovative new set of features dubbed ‘uGuru’. Abit offers two versions of the AI7 motherboard.