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Tuesday, June 01, 1999
ABIT Introduces the Hot Rod 66 Card


"..The Hot Rodô66 card can be used with any FX, LX, EX, ZX, board and although the BX chipset was designed to be compatible with the Ultra ATA/66 specification, it is only capable of running at a maximum of 33 Mbytes/sec, thus offering no advantage over UDMA/33. With the help of the ABIT Hot Rod 66, your mainboard can support this specification at its intended 66 Mbytes/sec of data throughput. The result is maximum disc performance using the current PCI local bus environment.."



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