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Does the ABIT IT5 motherboard support UDMA?
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mig315 earned 10 total points
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yes. In fact all MBoard since TX supports UDMA !!!
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by:rmarotta
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Info on your board, which uses ALI chipset, can be found here:
http://www.abit-usa.com/html/it5a.htm
100MHz bus speed.... pretty hot!
Regards,
Ralph

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