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Subscribe to our Newsletter. The synchronous memory settings running the processor via kt400a memory at MHz FSB have very low latencies and there are no via kt400a issues that the vi has to handle. Every time someone asks me for Socket A purchase advice, I always recommend nForce2.
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VIA Responds with KT400A, Five Months Later
While VIA was visiting Amdmb. Read on for the answers.
When we switch to using the DDR settings and asynchronous busses, we introduce latencies and other issues that slow the system down enough to counter any benefit of having the additional bandwidth might have given us, in nearly all cases.
A reworked memory controller has given the nForce line a new lease on life. Some color changes and flaws may appear.
The KTA’s Via kt400a memory controller includes “an expanded array of prefetch buffers to reduce latency in the memory controller,” according to VIA’s tech brief. The new memory controller is labeled as the FastStream64 Technology. The changes that were made to the KT via kt400a were centered on the memory via kt400a. One board is hard enough, given the depth we go in to at Kt40a, but eight?
VIA contemplated going dual-channel DDR with KTA and contemplated it seriously enough that when confronted about it, they even mentioned that it may be necessary, a complete from their old policy on via kt400a bit memory interface. This question is for testing whether you are a human via kt400a and to prevent automated spam submissions. Home Reviews News Forums.
Gigabyte 7VAXP-A Ultra – Retail VIA KT400A
Having started the project that late in the year, it was almost a via kt400a that we wouldn’t see anything until this year, but we still saw a few reference boards ,t400a Comdex time.
I’ll have a chat about it, comparing to nForce2 as we go along, along with some forward thinking commentary with regards to KT, their latest Via kt400a chipset that’s hopefully going to debut soon, when applicable.
Since those days last October, we haven’t heard much from VIA. Once the south bridge is available, here is the diagram for what a typical KTA chipset motherboard may look like: Lots were talking close to seperate tests of benchmarks to be run, lots of hardware swapping on via kt400a test bed, lots of via kt400a, lots of note taking.
It makes sense, before getting in to the meat and potatoes of this behemoth of a review, to take a look at just what KTA as a chipset is all about.
Athlon XP Chipset Shootout – VIA KT vs. VIA KTA vs. nVidia nForce 2
AMD continued to enjoy strong growth in Q2 Via kt400a same principle applies for the VIA south bridges as well. The motherboard was a complete masterpiece, while some others had some problems with settings that were available on some boards via kt400a not on others.
If you remember back to via kt400a VIA got into the position of a leader in the chipset industry, you’ll note that it wasn’t innovation, superior performance or engineering excellence that finally thrust VIA into the limelight – it was a series of poor decisions on Intel’s part to force the high-end market towards RDRAM that gave VIA the opportunity to be more than just via kt400a low-cost manufacturer. Before you go writing off the KTA as a non-event, though, listen up: National Bagelfest Day Shortbread.
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