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On Thu, 30 Aug 2001, Albert D. Cahalan wrote:
> Don't go blaming Linux when power supply upgrades sometimes
> make this problem go away. You could also try one of the
> recent SiS or ALi chipsets.
> I just saw a reference (maybe to AMD's new
> chips having trouble on VIA boards -- I'd guess that the Palimino
> core can push the motherboard too hard without fancy Athlon code.

So what happens when someone is able to duplicate the problem on say AMD
760MP chipset with registered ECC PC2100 ram and 450W power supply?

Not to say it has happened yet (I havent got my dual Tyan Tiger MP yet :-)
but where would the finger start pointing then?


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