It has been five months since VIA released the KTA chipset and most motherboard manufacturers have released their corresponding solutions as well. The Final Version of KT? Log in Don’t have an account? Memory interleave enabler for VIA chipsets I downloaded it and discovered that my memory was not being interleaved. Originally posted by ssjkakaroto [B]can anyone recommend me a good ATA pci board?
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Customize The Tech Report I forget in which revision they solved the bug, but it dates way back.
I downloaded it and discovered that my memory was not being interleaved. As KTA boards go, it’s the best. Read on to find out why. At the same time, problems with connecting certain USB devices also seems to create some problems.
VIA’s KTA Socket-A Chipset: AMD Performance without DDR SDRAM
I have a via chipset and when I followed chi;set link in the first post I discovered a file by the name of: With this chipsrt interleaving in place, I went from processing 16 frames per second to processing 24 frames per second. However, being the most cost effective upgrade right now does not necessarily mean it is the best solution in the long run.
But there are a few things the KTA can’t do, and we’d best recount those. But thanks for the link anyway! Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment.
TR reviews the Via KT133A chipset
At cyipset same time, numerous BIOS updates and board revisions have been released that help to correct some the above problems. No more Via Apollo A problems for me!
We like to mix it up to keep a little confusion going. Despite being chipset issues at heart, they created a lot of discussion about which KTA is “bug free” and which one performs the best.
Seriously, folks, the KTA has been around for a while, and so has chlpset skeleton of this review, on which I’ve finally found time to chhipset some flesh. 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.
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That would let me see if the IDE performance is indeed increased. Voldenuit It’s nice of Krogoth to fill in for Chuckula over the holidays. If you are thinking about upgrading a current system, 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.
So I installed this patch. KTA north bridge chips manufactured very late last year or in have hit speeds of MHz and above.
In theory, the KTA will be at a comparative cnipset in certain scenarios where the system has to move large amounts of data from several sources and destinations at the same time. The Final Version of KT?
Originally posted by dmmh good for you, doesnt mean the bug was kt133w tho It WAS existant since I had the exact repro steps! This patch can also cause problems by itself. VIA released a seperate A patch and later included it in its 4 in 1 drivers.