Just did a little reading and it looks like all irongate boards have the 1x AGP lock for geforce and I assume better cards. Jun 18, Posts: It was a great board. May 3, Posts: Question is, are there much better boards? I had a KA7 and Athlon for 2 years. I still have an Asus K7M with a 1gig T’bird and its brilliant.
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Slot-A Athlons were pretty cool. Originally posted by gb: Dec 12, Posts: Nov 17, Posts: Please login or register. Nov 5, Posts: Apr 1, Posts: Apr 22, Posts: Sun Nov 02, 6: Sun Nov 02, 3: Dxdiag tests are OK.
Well it was the first consumer CPU to break the 1Ghz barrier at rated speed. Mon Nov 03, ms6911 Seems to me that this is a driver problem, as other os’es can do that, and even 98 can do for another cards. A great rig and a big stup up from my P – I never had any trouble with it in the slightest.
And I still wonder why the sound works in other OS’s. How good were VIA?
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Feb 23, Posts: I’ve read that it is definitely not a hardware problem, because es IS a full duplex chipset, and it works in another OS’es. Apr 13, Posts: Never had any bad caps on it either; the KA7 was much maligned for something that could’ve ks6191 to any manufacturer.
I think they took out 4x AGP, which was why I thought that 2x was the max for the chipset earlier, didn’t matter as anythign above 1x wasn’t stable. Skipsjh Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: As probably a program locks the soundcard when using it.
Fri Oct 31, 7: Feb 12, Posts: All those putting down aucio kx motherboards mustn’t remember the era very well.
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But it was a pretty minimalistic system for gaming using a W power supply. Fri Oct 31, 9: Tue Nov 04, 4: Captainpabst Ars Praefectus Tribus: Thank U 4 the quick responses! May 11, Posts: Those 1 ghz slot A Athlons are worth quite a bit of cash xudio the right person. I don’t think Win98 can do what you want If I try to start winamp when another sound program is started, I get the following error: