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abit Announces A-N68SV Motherboard

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  1. Jimmy 2004

    Jimmy 2004 New Member

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    abit announced the A-N68SV motherboard for price-concerned users. This motherboard is based on the NVIDIA GeForce7025/nForce630a Chipset and supports socket AM2/AM2+ processors with 2000MT/s system bus using AMD’s Hyper Transport Technology. With the integrated graphics adapter the A-N68SV is a compact multimedia platform with the essential functions already integrated. For the more demanding user or future upgrader the additional PCI-E x 16 slot keeps the path open for future graphics cards. Two DIMM sockets support Dual channel DDR2 800 modules, while the high definition on-board audio offers the flexibility to use regular stereo PC speakers or any modern surround sound system scalable up to 5.1 channels.

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    DVI Interface
    abit equips the A-N68SV motherboard with a DVI output connector so users can enjoy movies as well as games in sharpest quality on high-resolution monitors or beamers.

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    NVIDIA nView
    The NVIDIA nView multi-display technology brings more convenience as you can run your applications on a desktop monitor while watching video or playing games on another high-definition monitor.

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    NVIDIA Pure Video
    The A-N68SV provides more comfort with the NVIDIA pure video, featuring a dedicated High Definition Hardware Accelerated Video Engine that minimizes CPU load during HD content playback.
    With great graphic features and high quality components at a bargain price the A-N68SV is the ideal multimedia entry level platform.

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    Source: abit
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    Whats the difference between this one and the other one below it?
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    They're made by completely different companies for starters :confused:
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    Is it overclockable? When's the version with 4 DIMM slots out? When do Biostar start making the better version for yours truly?! :D
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    sweet! abit's bringing back the orangeness!

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