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Fri Jan 12, 2001 | 9:32A| PermaLink
This is my TBird 750, which was supplied to me by PCNut. Yeppers, that 280.10MHz (which equals to a 140MHz FSB) is the data rate that my current 750 TBird is running at. Now that you have your answer, I am going to suggest you keep reading, as there is a lot to learn about this board. The ABIT KT7A has some VERY BIG shoes to fill. No doubt that many are looking at the KT7A as the board to get for that next upgrade if DDR proves to be too big of an investment, or if it simply does not weigh out on a dollar/performance basis. If you need a rundown on the specifications for this board, you can find a listing over at the ABIT site. We will cover the big ones here. First and foremost, this board has the new KT133A chipset Northbridge. The ONLY major difference between this and the previous KT133 is that the KT133A supports a 133MHz bus speed for both the CPU and SDRam whereas the KT133 only supported it for the SDRam. If you have an AMD board right now, you KNOW that bus speeds higher than 113MHz for the CPU are pretty much out of reach for most of us. Yes, there are certainly isolated cases of people getting 120MHz buses to work, but that has definitely not been the norm.

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