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SubjectRe: DISCOVERED! Cause of Athlon/VIA KX133 Instability
Jonathan Morton wrote:

>
> I'm using an Abit KT7 board (KT133) and my new 1GHz T'bird (running 50-60°C
> in a warm room) is giving me no trouble. This is with the board and RAM
> pushed as fast as it will go without actually overclocking anything... and
> yes, I do have Athlon/K7 optimisations turned on in my kernel (2.4.3).
>

I wonder if the KT133A (which is what the IWILL KK266 is based on)
differences
a could be a source of the problem. My FSB is at plain old 100 MHz
since I
have regular PC100 SDRAM. Overclocked, or not, I get the same results.
I,
too, had an ABIT KA7[-RAID] and it was rock solid. So much for "if it's
not broke, don't fix it" -- I should have listened to my gf, but that's
the life of an upgrader ;)... In general the IWILL got great reviews at
a
number of reliable hardware review sites, and hey, it doesn't lock up in
windows ;) (ok don't flame me for that ;)).

--Seth
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