"ABIT has made it again - A brand new board based on the new KT133 chipset and it's right after the hot selling ABIT KA7 (KX133 based). Although they might be a bit late (as compared with the ASUS A7V: reviewed here), it's better to be late rather than not releasing a board at all.
If you have been trolling the web, you might have heard that most Socket A mainboards do not come with multiplier selectors. Those who rushed to buy the first boards from other manufacturers might have enjoyed the speed of Duron and Thunderbird, but these boards do not support multiplier changers unless you are daring enough to do modifications on the board."
FULL STORY @ OCWORKBENCH (http://www.ocworkbench.com/hardware/abit/kt7raid/kt7raidp1.htm)