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Abit KG7-RAID Review - FrostyTech.com Abit KG7-RAID Review
Mon Nov 19, 2001 | 1:31A| PermaLink
"One of the nice things about the SoftMenu is it's CPU tweaking. Although more motherboards do it now, Abit was the first to allow changes to the FSB in 1MHz increments. Of course, in many cases, you'll need to increase the core voltage to do so, which the SoftMenu allows for. You can even increase the DDR voltage if need be. The BIOS also allows you to change the multiplier of an unlocked chip if you have one. One thing you cannot do is disable ACPI in the BIOS. You can still install Windows without ACPI, but it'll require you to install it via software switches. There is also hardware monitoring in the BIOS, which is handy to check for CPU temps if you're trouble shooting the system. If all else fails, you can reset the BIOS with a hardware jumper located between PCI slot number 3 and 4."
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