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SubjectRe: DISCOVERED! Cause of Athlon/VIA KX133 Instability
Will Newton wrote:

I Should clarify that this is the KX133A chipset. In any event,
there are a bunch of people having this problem (check out the list
archives). I just upgraded to this IWILL board from an Abit KA7-RAID
(which worked with no problem), so I'm just trying tofgure it out :)

-Seth

>
> > is exhibiting weird behavior under K7 optimizations. The jist of my
> > research is that compiling a kernel for ANY CPU with the Athlon MMX
> > optimization
> > *AND* 3DNOW results in massive amounts of oops'es and total system
> > instability. The following is what I've tried:
>
> With:
>
> Athlon 700
> Asus K7V (KX133 based)
>
> I have been running Athlon based kernels for months, no problems (well,
> none like you mention).
>
> gcc 2.96-81 BTW
>
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