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ABIT, a famous maker of mainboards and graphics cards for overclockers and PC hardware enthusiast, came up with its new BulletProof technology aimed to increase durability of ABIT’s products.

“Starting from October of 2002 ABIT made significant changes with the goal of producing the absolute most durable products available on the market,” said ABIT Marketing Director Scott Thirlwell

According to ABIT’s spokesman, ideological changes in mainboard making approach involve shift to more reliable components, stricter testing procedures and more advanced manufacturing processes. ABIT believes that its mainboards are now the most reliable and durable among all desktop mainboards in the industry.

After adding multitude of capabilities and technologies into the latest generation of its mainboards, ABIT is announcing another one that will be officially available on the next-generation products. Earlier the company said that the BulletProof mainboards will be showcased at CeBIT 2004 in Hannover, Germany.

The BulletProof technology from ABIT involves a number of important terms:

  • High quality components, especially capacitors, to ensure they do not explode, expand or fracture. ABIT uses only Rubycon and Chemi-con capacitors.
  • Four phase CPU power circuitry for more efficient and stable CPU power supply.
  • Successful pass of stability test called Torture Test, a series of looping demos and benchmarks designed to tax a mainboard far beyond normal use.

Once a mainboard corresponds to all three requirements, end-users may be confident that the mainboard is built to last.

Additionally, to help users identify devices and components that are problem-free with ABIT mainboards, ABIT has developed its ABIT Approved Program. After hardware has passed compatibility testing, it is given the ABIT Approved Seal. The ABIT Approved Seal lets ABIT users understand which devices and components they should be choosing to complete their systems.

ABIT is expected to demonstrate BulletProof hardware at CeBIT 2004 in Hannover, Germany, later this month.

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