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Realizing the target audience's preferences, Abit chose (might I add wisely) to leave out any CNR slots. Instead, this full length board features a whopping 6 PCI and 1 AGP configuration. Very smart move on their part, as it's getting more and more common for users to add many cards to their systems. I'm speaking of TV tuners, RAID controllers, decoder cards, and various other multimedia devices. On left side is a pretty large chip with a reflective sticker; this is the BIOS. Some have complained about the use of an "outdated" chip but it has it's advantages, namely the ability to flash and switch in-between a pair via a device like the IOSS Bios Savior.
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