Abit IX38 QuadGT Driver
With Abit stepping into the X38 chipset feeding frenzy with the IX38 Quad Gt, will it garner the same praise that the IP35 series enjoyed, or will it. Originally Posted by Myrmeleon Sorry man, Currently i have on my IX38 Quad GT the official bios release V14 (mb_BIN - B View and Download Abit IX38 QuadGT user manual online. Socket IX38 QuadGT Motherboard pdf manual download.
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Abit IX38 QuadGT Driver
When you pick up the IX38 QuadGT, it feels unusually solid, and Abit boasts that it uses solid-state capacitors and digital pulse-width modulators. The idea is that this helps keep everything "cool and stable" by allowing the board to regulate voltage supply quickly and accurately. Really wish Abit would've gotten this board right. Had experience Abit IX38 QuadGT the IPPro which had Abit IX38 QuadGT quality to this board.
Disappointed about the missing fan clips. Sending the board back for RMA tomorrow - hopefully I Abit IX38 QuadGT get stiffed with a bad replacement; you'd hope they would get the kinks worked out with their repair plant after having experience with the board issues for so long Did you?
Yes Thanks for the valuable feedback you provided! Full thread, complete with comedy excuses here.
While we are talking about the comedy excuses, let's just have one last look at the bundle of accessories, or lack thereof. If you have read the thread that I have linked to in the last paragraph, you will have Abit IX38 QuadGT the comments about the missing PCI USB bracket.
Or, how many people would buy a motherboard if you knew that the manufacturer purposely didn't include some of the accessories because "They wouldn't fit in the box"? That comment just about sums up this motherboard. It is a rushed out, badly thought Abit IX38 QuadGT, poorly executed package that won't do Abit any favours whatsoever.
We couldn't get its Windows-based uGuru overclocking utility to run properly on our Vista-based system -- it kept re-starting our machine.
Physically, the board itself is well built and features dedicated power, reset and "clear CMOS" buttons, which are very useful during the building process and when overclocking. While the power and reset buttons are located near the pins for the front panel connections, the "clear CMOS" button is on the rear port cluster, so there's no need Abit IX38 QuadGT fiddle with jumpers inside the PC case any time a BIOS setting doesn't go to plan.
There are six SATA ports in a cluster on the edge closest Abit IX38 QuadGT the drive bays in a typical PC caseand these face forward, rather than upward.