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SubjectRe: AMD 760MPX B2 stepping
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>>>>> "SW" == Steve Wolfe <sw@codon.com> writes:

SW> I have been having a devil of a time trying to get SMP to work
SW> with stability on the new B2 stepping of the 760 MPX chipset (Tyan
SW> 2466N-4M motherboard). Has anyone fiddled with it, and if so, are
SW> there any known bugs?

Just to summarize my discussion with Steve today, I put together a
machine with one of these boards (Tyan Tiger MPX S2466N-4M) with
2xMP1900+ processors and 4x512MB PC2100 registered ECC DIMMs (Corsair
CM73SD512R-2100). The machine runs fine under concurrent big CPU and
IO loads. I don't think there's anything inherently wrong with this
board, although I do think these things run rather close to spec and
are sensitive to just about any oddity.

(I also have a bunch of the previous revision of Tyan MPX boards and
they're stable as well. I never could get the early generation Tiger
MP boards to work at all.)

- J<
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