Rumor: Abit Motherboard Maker RIP in 2008?

A number of tech sites are reporting that Abit, makers of high-end motherboards and PC components, will be closing up shop at the end of the year.

Over a number of years, the component manufacturer, now owned by USI, somehow went from helping to create the overclocking market to pumping out digital picture frames, according to TweatTown.

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The site doesn't break down the decision, but it sounds like it was likely one made by USI. Man, I think I've built a couple of computers with Abit motherboards.

Abit Closing its doors on December 31st

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