Originally posted by candjac: DDR memory promises double the bandwidth of conventional SDRAM at a small price premium, but it’s been much slower to market than anticipated. Actually, Jim Z pointed that out earlier in the thread. No Interruptions Day Shortbread. Can you confirm or deny that?
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VIA’s KT Chipset – Socket-A VIA KT Motherboard Roundup – November
Originally posted by Jim Z: I live in ann arbor. I’m running the 1. Here’s how he did it In theory, xhipset KTA will be at a comparative disadvantage in certain scenarios where the system has to move large amounts of data from several sources and destinations at the same time. The remapped multiplier will only work in jumperfree mode where the CPU will be autodetected at mhz.
TR reviews the Via KT133A chipset
Mon Mar 25, Customize The Tech Report Can you confirm or deny that? In the case of wanting to run the 1.
Before we go much further, though, I should stop chipaet point out that the Asus AV motherboard we used for this review was provided by TR’s excellent hardware sponsors, Dr.
So we’re never kt133 sure the chip should work with any bios. BarCode Ars Praefectus Registered: Seriously, folks, the KTA has been around for a while, and so has the skeleton of this review, on which I’ve finally found time to put some flesh.
I’ve bookmarked it for future reference but, personally, I think I’ll probably ride out this mobo with the 1. Mon Mar 25, 5: Finally he set the mobo Multiplier dip switches chipsst 8X. Mon Mar 25, 2: I have the Asus A7V revision 1.
KTA north bridge chips manufactured very late last year or in have hit speeds of MHz and above. So the A7V can only reset the 1st 4 bits.
Then he closed all the 4 L1 bridges which allows overriding the default setting on the 1st 4 bits with the A7V dip switches.
Nov kh133, Posts: DDR memory promises double the bandwidth of conventional SDRAM at a small price premium, but it’s been much slower to market than anticipated.
Mon Mar 25, 4: Via offers several south bridge chips that communicate with the north bridge using the PCI bus, so they’re interchangeable. I just misread your post and couldnt figure out if you were talking to me or not. I cannot confirm that it works with BIOS LBJGK posts the forum where “he” saw the mod and describes it just as we did but in a bit lesser detail.
VIA KT133 / 133A Motherboards
Via has since revised the south chpiset chip to support newer, ATA storage devices. It’s a stable BIOS with alot of good features and tweaks. Thing is, even though DDR chipsets and motherboards are finally starting to hit the market in earnest, the KTA is increasingly looking like it’s going to be around for a while.
Well heres the deal. Heck, my own computer has been running on a KTA motherboard for a while now, come to think of it. Chipsets Previous page Next ky133.