VIA KT133A CHIPSET DRIVER

As CPU’s become more and more powerful, memory bandwidth is getting to be more and more of a bottleneck. Chipsets Previous page Next page. Log in Don’t have an account? VIA’s KTA, with its “old” SDR SDRAM technology, has been able to remain competitive in most cases since the vast majority of today’s programs are not able to take advantage of all the memory bandwidth offered by the newer technologies. DancinJack Hey guys, go vote! But there are a few things the KTA can’t do, and we’d best recount those. 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!

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Chipsets Previous page Next page. I’m wary of the VIA chipset due to these reports.

Sign up now Username Password Remember Me. 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. Heck, my own computer has been running on a KTA motherboard for a while now, come to think of it. Samsung shows off Infinity Flex foldable smartphone display. It’s easy to join and it’s free.

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I have just finished building a system which is very much like the ones tested in the article. Since KTA motherboards are, most often, slightly revised versions of KT boards, they’re mature products, and many offer robust, menu-driven overclocking options. So I darn well ought to have published this review already, instead of running around in DDR land.

Join your peers on the Internet’s largest technical computer professional community. Customize The Tech Report A typical PC system configuration using the B south bridge.

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Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment. VIA’s KTA, with its “old” SDR SDRAM technology, has been able to remain competitive in most cases since the vast majority of today’s programs are not able to take advantage of all the memory bandwidth offered by the newer technologies. Most KTA boards now ship with the new B revision of this chip.

If you are thinking about upgrading a current system, dropping in a KTA based motherboard is one of the most cost gia ways to do it, since you will be able chupset reuse existing PC memory.

VIA KT133A chipset details

Register now while it’s still free! A lot of users have discovered problems taking advantage of multiplier ratio settings on some KTA motherboards when trying to overclock to a MHz FSB.

That’s a big deal, because previous Athlon chipsets just weren’t friendly to bus overclocking. Taken together, these things could add up to one seriously fast Athlon platform for the overclockers among us. Via has since revised the south bridge chip to support newer, ATA storage devices. At the same time, numerous BIOS updates and board revisions have been released that help to correct some the above problems. Would I be better off with a different chipset? Thank you for making me aware of this article and potential bug.

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VIA In Shape: 6 Motherboards using the renewed KTA Chipset –

DDR memory support is coming from Via in the form of the KT chipset, which we’ll be reviewing soon. Well, it’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here.

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See the article at: DancinJack Hey guys, go vote! DDR memory promises double the bandwidth of conventional SDRAM at a small price premium, but it’s kt133z much slower to market than anticipated. As KTA boards go, it’s the best. Introduction It has been five months since VIA released the KTA chipset and most motherboard manufacturers have released their corresponding solutions as well.

Read on to find out why.