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Worth a try of course. Tying them to Vcc is like cutting the bridges. they offically support 133mhz bus. kt133 only officially supports a 100mhz bus bearxor View Public Profile Find More Posts by bearxor bearxor's System Specs Jan 27, 2003, 06:20 PM #10 Skynet In Elon We click here now

I think it would be nice to run my board at it's maximum possible speed (-: but I hope it'll work.. This site hosts no abandonware. maybe try raising the fsb ~ 110 and you'll get a little boost in performance over 100fsb. #23 Binox, Jan 21, 2002 gtd2000 Platinum Member Joined: Oct 22, 1999 Messages: No, create an account now.

Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's This is at least the case with my Abit KT7-raid > motherboard with KT133 chipset. This is at least the case with my Abit KT7-raid > motherboard with KT133 chipset. Athlon and Athlon XP motherboards typically draw power from the 5V line, resulting in possible incompatibility with modern PSU's which often don't provide enough power on the 5V lines anymore.

The KM400(A) use the VIA UniChrome IGP. the board is a matsonic ms8127c+ http://www.matsonic.com/ms8127c+.htm sarmas, Apr 14, 2003 #1 buddhafabio Joined: Aug 5, 2002 Messages: 2,246 sorry you need a mother board with the VIA KT266 chipset Anyone know if there compatible?? ABIT KT7A / KT7A-RAID V1.3 had implemented the hardware modification to fulfill new CPU requirement and be able to support AthlonXP. 4.

Some boards marked KT333CF are actually KT400 and lack AGP 2x support. the asus a7v has remapped some of the multipliers with newer bios revisions meaning if you use bios version 1007 or newer the dipswitch setting for 12.5x is actually 13x, and The other one worked fine with a Palomino 2100, but that was its top limit. I haven't read about anyone that has done this yet but it is theoretically possible.I've done both a chip mod, a wire mod, and combination of both.

Thread Tools Display Modes Jan 26, 2003, 06:56 PM #1 Advertisement (Guests Only) Login or Register to remove this ad orrimarrko Radeon R600 Join Date: Dec 2000 Location: The http://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?t=21012 Finally got an excuse to try this. (giving my >> old 700 Duron cpu to my grandson). In my experience as long as the voltage is set properly it should work. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

Get the answer phialApr 16, 2003, 2:04 AM you can get a duron 1.3 and a ECS K7S7A for like, 160 dollars. navigate here Some of the mods are riskier than others. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Home Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Your name or email address: Password: Forgot your password? Copyright 1998-2011 Rage3D.com Links monetized by VigLink Skip to content Advanced search Board index ‹ Marvin, the Paranoid Android ‹ System Specs Change font size FAQ Register Login KT133A and Athlon

CPUs and Overclocking Sep 16, 2003 question re: kt133 overclocking/ 1.85v too much for an athlon? Retrieved from "http://www.vogonswiki.com/index.php?title=Athlon_Motherboards&oldid=418" Navigation menu Personal tools Log inRequest account Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views Read View source View history More Search Navigation Main pageRecent changesRandom pageHelp Hardware Device library Tools Will this run an Athlon XP? Check This Out VT8237 SATA does not work with SATA II hard drives.

I think the KT7 northbridge doesn't support regular chipset fans that fit on geforce gpu for example. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. does anyone know how I can get higher multiplier the 12x on kt7?

But Athlon XP...

I was just intrigued on that a P133 seems to be still useful these days. mine doesn't so it's not so bad.. NewEgg has the ECS K7S35 for around $65 shipped, just to give you an idea of the extra cost. #4 Rickr, Jan 5, 2002 Binox Member Joined: Oct 19, 2001 Hell, my old Pentium133 system could run MS Office apps just fine, play MP3s peachy-keen, burn CDs, and play plenty of games. (Older games, but still fun games none-the-less.) I doubt

Only the very latest Athlon XP boards have SATA connectors. Lotus Notes and PocketPC 9. erence.htm And here some more info: http://mysite.verizon.net/res0exft/cpu.html elfuego Oldbie Posts: 634Joined: 2007-5-25 @ 22:22Location: Aachen, Germany Top Reply with quote Re: KT133A and Athlon XP chips by prophase_j » 2009-5-17 this contact form I used to have a lot of stability problems since I was using a grossly underrated power supply, and as a result in the beginning I only ran at 11.5x100.

what I don't understand, is abit is saying there's a 'hardware' modification required to make it work, so how come asus doesn't need this 'hardware' modification to make it work? and overclocking of my KT133... Why not get a CPU and try it? All Socket A boards come with PCI slots.

You will end up underclocking the chip and FSB etc. Not directly related to OS/2 but... heheh #12 Binox, Jan 14, 2002 Binox Member Joined: Oct 19, 2001 Messages: 117 Likes Received: 0 I just thought of something that all of this activity made me remember.. in another board have allready told me that is possible to install a athlon xp on a kt133 board but i dont know if im going on with it.

Der Athlon XP nimmt maximal zwischen 34,3 (1500+) und 40 Ampere (2000+) auf. memory V-Link USB AGP Audio Notes KT133 VT82C686A/B 2000 100MHz 100–133MHz SDR 1.5 GB - 1.1 2/4× AC'97 686B southbridge has PCI errata KLE133 VT82C686B 2001 100–133MHz 66–133MHz SDR 1.0 GB Of course you can only get a max 12.5x100=1250 plus a small amount of fsb overclocking that the A7V can take. Additionaly the mobo comes defaultly with 4 IDE channels for 8 devices total hooked up before I need to add a card.

It can't > work. thanks for the help anymay! Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/128861 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Advertisement sarmas Thread Starter Joined: Apr 14, 2003 Messages: 4 can a athlon xp 1800+ (133*11.5) work on a kt133 chipset board up to 1200 MHz (100*12) amd cpu.

Top OT: Want to run an Athlon XP on that KT133 board? The first Athlons use SDRAM while the later ones use DDR-SDRAM.