[an error occurred while processing this directive]

Build A PC Like My Super PC

Motherboard

The ABIT KR7A-133 I have in My Super PC is at the top of the class in PC2100 DDR motherboards. The quality and stability are extremely high and it's completely jumperless. The socket A accommodates either an Athlon or Duron processor, so upgrading the processor is no problem. The reviews are always stellar, such as this ABIT KR7A review by OC Workbench.

I chose the ABIT KR7A-133 motherboard, but any of the other variations on this model provide the same stellar quality and stability. The variations are the KR7A, the KR7A-RAID and the KR7A-133RAID. The difference in these motherboards is in their hard drive support. I discuss it further below.

How to build a computer - ABIT KR7A  motherboard retail box Click on any picture to see it enlarged.

Paul Howland's Unofficial KR7A FAQ - Great!

ABIT Home Page

ABIT KR7A-133 Motherboard Home Page
How to build a computer - ABIT KR7A motherboard retail box contents Here are the contents of the retail box.
How to build a computer - ABIT KR7A motherboard Here's a closeup of the ABIT KR7A-133 motherboard out of it's antistatic bag.

[an error occurred while processing this directive] [an error occurred while processing this directive] [an error occurred while processing this directive]
[an error occurred while processing this directive]