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You may check this link to find some hints for solving your problem. Since KTA motherboards are, most often, slightly revised versions of KT boards, they’re mature products, and many offer robust, menu-driven overclocking options. Beyond that, the KTA still includes all the features that have made the KT the most popular Athlon chipset around.
I have a Liteon s DVD burner connected to my main rig which is an nforce2 motherboard. Customize The Tech Report This patch can also cause problems by itself. As KTA boards go, it’s the best.
Sign up now Username Password Remember Me. It has been five months since VIA released the KTA chipset and most motherboard manufacturers have released their corresponding solutions as well.
List of VIA chipsets
KTA north bridge chips kt133aa very late last year or in have hit speeds of MHz and above. DDR memory support is coming from Via in the form of the KT chipset, which we’ll be reviewing soon.
But there is a little more to the KTA than that. A typical PC system configuration using the B south bridge.
However, being the most cost effective upgrade right now does not necessarily mean it is the best solution in the long run.
So I installed this patch.
LG HU85L projector needs but two inches to cast a 90″ picture. I have a via chipzet and when I followed the link in the first post I discovered a file by the name of:.
One of the biggest issues is with data corruption when combining a hard drive hooked up to the B South Bridge with a Creative Labs Sound Blaster Live!
AMD Athlon XP1800+ CPU & The VIA KT133A Chipset
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. Dell returns to the stock market after six years.
Neutronbeam Zak, you know you can’t validate any of the above details without first throwing Sorry about the cut-in question: This last one is more of an issue with certain manufacturer’s implementations of multiplier controls, and not really a chipset problem. I have a via chipset and when I followed the link in the first post I discovered a file by the name of: So maybe only people who had similar problems should test out a new bios and the patch. YMMV, but I thought this might help people out.
I downloaded it and discovered that my memory was not being interleaved. If you are thinking about upgrading a current kt133aa, dropping in a KTA based motherboard is one of the most cost effective ways to do it, since you will be able to reuse existing PC memory. Any Promise card will do.
TR reviews the Via KTA chipset – The Tech Report – Page 1
Via offers several south bridge chips that communicate with the north bridge using the PCI bus, so they’re interchangeable. That process uses Cinema Craft Encoder. DDR memory promises double the bandwidth of conventional SDRAM at a small price premium, but it’s been much slower to market than anticipated. As CPU’s become more and more powerful, memory bandwidth is getting to be more and more of a bottleneck.
In theory, the 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. Originally posted by dmmh good for you, doesnt mean the bug was non-existend tho. No more Via Apollo A problems for me! If you bothered looking around you would have known that VIA solved the A corruption based bug ages ago.