ABit's KR7-RAID about to go into mass production
After a seemingly endless development time for ABit's first attempt at a DDR-compatible SockelA board, it now seems to be really gaining momentum. As it became known today, the board based on the improved VIA KT266A chipset, which is eagerly awaited by overclockers, seems to be about to start production. It is expected that ABit will be able to connect to the very good performance of the KG7-RAID with this board. The buyer is offered the now almost usual 6 PCI slots in addition to the AGP port as well as the less common option of 4GB memory, distributed over 4 DDR-RAM sockets. Furthermore, as the name suggests, there is a RAID controller with Bo (a) approx. So far we can only speculate about the price, but it should be around 400DM in the regions of the ASUS A7V266.