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SubjectRE: What Athlon chipset is most stable in Linux?
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From: Jeffrey W. Baker [mailto:jwbaker@acm.org]
>On Tue, 2001-11-13 at 05:19, Martin Eriksson wrote:
>> I'm hearing rumours about my University wanting to set up a cluster with
AMD
>> Athlon XP+DDR computers, so I wonder what chipset is most stable under
>> Linux?
>>
>> I assume it's the AMD DDR chipset, but I want to be pretty sure.

>I have no problems with the 1400MHz Athlon on AMD 760, including DRI
>using the AGP bridge.

It's my understanding that among boards with the same chipset, some may work
while others do not. I have tested an Iwill KK266+Raid, with KT133A, and it
would not run with athlon optimizations. I also have tried an Epox 8KHA+,
with KT266A, and it has been perfectly stable so far, for three days.
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