The board is scheduled to arrive in October and it won't be late for the party as this will take place just after ATI launches this marchitecture and its R5xx range.
We know that the board will be named AT8 as Abit likes to keep it simple these days. Knowing Abit it's going to be an overclockable board full of features. The funny thing is that its hard competitor, DFI (Diamand Flower International), will be among the launch partners so Abit will have to do good homework to fight these boys and girls. µ
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