The ABIT Engineers have always sought to challenge established dogma. The first overclockable motherboards were fashioned by ABIT at a time when overclocking was known as the Black E Art, practiced by those who dared to unleash nameless forces. While other companies were cowering in the darkness, producing soulless clones, the ABIT Engineers were busy in their hidden laboratories, creating a living BIOS that would allow overclockers to gain full mastery over their systems, giving them power over their machines.
The original MAX series arrived at a time of great uncertainty in the motherboard industry, and was seen by many enthusiasts as a new hope amidst a sea of despair. What was needed in motherboards was a new way of thinking, and MAX gave hope where before there was none. The words legacy free had been but a concept cherished by enthusiasts who looked forever forward, rather than clinging to faded glories and tarnished ideologies. MAX I was the first motherboard created looking completely towards the future without being constrained by the old ways thinking. Its release transformed an industry grown complacent with pushing derivative products on woefully jaded enthusiasts.
MAX3 promises to take this world, the world transformed by MAX I and II, and illuminate the inherent darkness that has come to symbolize the desktop motherboard market. With a radically advanced cooling solution and the most flexible, powerful and forward thinking technologies for the most demanding and discerning enthusiasts, MAX3 is more than a new motherboard: It is a new way of thinking.
On July 25, the world will learn all about MAX3. Only MAX from ABIT is built with MAXimum in mind. ABIT's MAX3 will bring users a new idea of:
Nobody has seen nor experienced anything like MAX3 and the MAXimum features and performance it will offer. On July 21, come to the ABIT website at www.abit.com.tw to see an early look at the future of motherboards.
For more on ABIT's current award winning motherboards and VGAs, go to www.abit.com.tw
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