Abit TH7 Driver
Abit TH7-RAID Motherboard overview and full product specs on CNET. When we received the ABIT TH7 we were pleasently surprised by some of the new features they added to the board. ABIT has always been. Introduction. ABIT Computer Corporation are known for making some of the best, most overclockable, highest quality and fastest motherboards.
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Abit TH7 Driver
The first incarnation of Pentium 4 based motherboards, was a little dry and left Abit TH7 to be desired in terms of system optimization features. More on this later.
Abit Engineering Makes It Debut: Finally, this is the first we have seen of Abit's new "Abit Engineering" effort. Here is what Abit has to say about this new approach Standards are not even an option but are simply numbers to blow by. ABIT engineers are like our users in this Abit TH7.
They take existing, already extremely overclockable ABIT motherboards and they modify them to do even more. Now these in-house modifications, the ABIT engineers have been using Abit TH7 their boards, are available to all of our users. I asked everyone why they were on the board and Abit TH7 was almost like they thought they had done something wrong by putting on something they used, on their own mod devices. Anyway, I talked to that engineer and he said that Abit TH7 RAMBUS systems, the strips should increase overall system stability, especially when overclocking.
He went on to say that during overclocking, this will also increase stability between all the devices and the board.
How do you test this? The engineers don't really know either. They say that through use over the past year, they know it is effective. The Abit TH7 does not officially support this speed, that will not be implemented until the ie later on this year, but the Abit board had Abit TH7 trouble running at that speed, which provides Abit TH7 future proofing in these fast moving times.
As you can clearly see, with the cpu running at mhz it is a lot faster than a PIV at mhz.
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Next up the multimedia benchmark. Again, significantly faster than a stock PIV.
The reason I am running at bus, which is overclocked right from the start, is to get an even comparison of the Rdram running at both speeds. When running at MHz I can set the Rdram divider to either 3x giving mewhich is stock speed for PC memory, or change it to 4x which gives me PC Rdram is extremely fast, Abit TH7 when Abit TH7 at stock speeds, as you can see.
This might look very impressive in artificial benchmarks, but how does it perform in the Abit TH7 world. I ran a few more tests to see if the memory bandwidth was a limiting factor. First off, I ran 3d Markevery gamer's favourite benchmark.
A performance increase of marks, which is not bad considering only the Abit TH7 bandwidth has increased. I ran the test Abit TH7 times at each speed, and each time the difference ranged between points. Next up I ran Super Pi, and calculated Pi to 32 million decimal places.
When Abit TH7 32 million decimal places of PI, with the CPU at and memory atit was just over 2 minutes faster, showing that the increased memory bandwidth does help in real world use. Another popular program is Seti, many overclockers are in teams, and they always want the fastest performance possible when running Seti. Now for some games testing, as not everyone Abit TH7 Seti and Pi, they want to know if it will help with games performance.
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Firstly, Serious Sam, running the Karnack demo. Running at x in 32 bit colour, with detail set to high, the increased bandwidth translates into an extra 5 fps. Next I decided to try Abit TH7 3, but this time using a higher resolution to see if the increased bandwidth still had an effect. This time, running at Abit TH7, 32 bit colour with textures and quality on full.
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The increase here is only Abit TH7 fps, but it's still an increase. This shows that at the higher resolution the graphics card is still the bottleneck. I have been extremely impressed with the Abit TH7-II throughout Abit TH7, it has not failed once, and stability has been excellent. Despite pushing the limits of my CPU, and constantly rebooting and changing settings, the board takes it all in its stride.