"Abit includes an onboard diagnostic display which shows different codes in case anything goes wrong. A list of post-codes with explanations is in the user's manual for easy reference. Next to the diagnostic display are two tiny buttons and one is for power on and the other is the reset button. Most people wouldn't use them because there are two buttons which do the same things on your case. However, some
players have their PCs without any case might like the dea. An easy access to the power and reset functions without extra wiring. I use Senfu DIY house which doesn't need to use these two onboard buttons anyway. The design is good idea for a very specific group of tweakers."
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