View Full Version : Abit AN7 Any good ? ?

10-01-04, 01:48 PM
Hi,getting the Abit AN7 any day now,is it any good.I hear that Abit mobo's are great for o/c.......All views welcome.

10-01-04, 02:15 PM
I think its pretty good but Ive heard it has a few bugs... I really dont know much about it though, so take that with a grain of salt.

If you want an amazing motherboard get the Abit NF7-S 2.0. Simply an amazing board :)

If you dont overclock, dont bother... but if you want to and you arent going 64bit yet, GET ONE NOW.

10-01-04, 07:06 PM
I would not get it myself, but rather the nf7-s like was stated.

10-01-04, 07:10 PM
Hmm, we's talkin nforce2 mobo's?

Gigabyte GA-7N400-L1 really really really is a nice board, OC's wonderfully...

Epox 8RDA+ is always overshadowed by the ASUS and Abit nforce2 mobo's, but is always a great performer and worth the money...


10-02-04, 12:31 AM
I'm going to see if i can change my order to the NF7 S then,they haven't got it ready to ship yet,so i might be in luck.

10-02-04, 08:26 AM
:jumping: Got confirmation just now,they are going to send me the NF7-S V2.0 after all :jumping: Now,any one got one of these,and what sort of o/c can i expect with the XP3200+,i know,i know,it's not the best for o/c,but surely i'll get something out of it ?

10-03-04, 12:17 AM
The AN7 is basically an NF7-S with more features, I don't see why everyone loves the NF7-S more...I guess it's because it's what they know.
AN7 is a lot better in my opinion, all the launch issues have been cleared up and it's a wonderful board.
MAYBE it doesn't overclock better....I don't overclock so I don't really care. But it certainly has better features overall.

10-06-04, 12:01 PM
The board you are getting is great but having a XP3200 I afraid you are not going to get much out of it since it is multipler locked unless you are very lucky.Now all you need is a XP moblie 2400,2500,or the 2600 all seem to overclock great everone has there opinion witch overclocks the best ,but it still the luck of the draw.My XP 2600 Moble will do 2.5gig at 1.85v and 2.4 gigs at 1.725vBut I hope you have good luck with your new MoBo.