Hope this guide helps you if you notice any BIOS on the kt133.
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Ok, we see:
Data corruption in the overwrite buffer when using UDMA on IDE 1 siphon.
Slow storage controller, VIA has disabled support for storage 7 and 8 for banking companies due to stability issues.
PCI metro mastering is not implemented correctly (try sblive and / or see)
Display IRQ (BIOS?)
Software issues restart the parasites, causing the screen to remain on (in some cases, it can be corrected by increasing the Vcore voltage).
There may still be a little personal bias, but I definitely haven’t found a reliable enough kt133 system yet. After purchasing one and fixing several bugs over the years, I got a bitter taste for VIA chipsets that will never go away.
The km133 series is the newest nightmare to work with, with its extremely slow integrated Savage-4 graphics, which basically takes advantage of the already low memory bandwidth for anyone.A decent processor to the extreme.
This is not true ˜ € (tell me about it – motherboard) I am using an Abit VP6 card because of the HDD + DVD on the IDE1 – definitely a problem. And guess which sound card I’m using – SB Live! ðŸ˜ € … There has been a lot of talk about 686B southbridge (with kt133a cards) and storage system mishandling + this problem is exacerbated by great music damage and freezing during SB production Live on the system … I am living proof that this myth, sure nothing will happen. But I agree with you and your family, error 686B does exist, but in a certain plug / NB / SB combination. KT133A now with 686B HAS UNSTABLE TIME ONLY with regular socket with 462 (as from personal experience), not sure if other sockets too. S370 based mobile devices with these chipsets (and used SB Live) only have problems with malicious files … the bus is well tuned, such as options to support PCI latency timer, bus mastery, etc. Vegas 2 I’m having terrible problems and start-up delays are below the bus mastery on the PCI side. Mixed up a bit in For the PCI subsystem, it lags by about 70%. By removing SBLive, no problem. Using an external USB sound card is really your best bet as I will make sure to open up the PCI slot and they look a lot like my USB / FireWire PCI card – no problem. Expect to test this on my VP6 system and not others. Thus, there are some data corruption issues that affect certain devices in the socket / chipset combination, but not the chipset itself.
Slow memory controller, VIA substructure disabled for bank 7 and 8 memory due to stability issues:
New information for me, I must admit (for banks), but you are right, the KT133 is not very good speed in terms of memory bandwidth, but if the upbeat bio is written and configured correctly, you will probably look at the results. With VP6 and 2 PIII card I slowly beat Xeon, AthlonXP and even P4 with SDRAM (Tonicom) at 150 MHz CL2 with all turbo settings. I’ll post some photos later …
PCI Subway Mastering RealIt is incorrect (try sblive with it, you will see):
Easy to update with good BIOS that can be manually installed (this fixed the problem).
Plague soft reboot that keeps the screen anthracite (can be fixed in some cases as well by increasing the Vcore voltage):
Where did you go? ðŸ˜ • Have a few KT133-based cards produced by QDI with you and not have such random experience.
All in all, the KT133 / is like an excellent and very cheap chip that can only compete with its Intel counterparts because your BIOS is rich and allows you to change very deep things like AGP controls and market settings. its values, classic RAM parameters and OC parameters. Then you can do wonders with these mobos.Speed up your computer's performance now with this simple download.