Merry Christmas from The Tech Report staff! It’s nice of Krogoth to fill in for Chuckula over the holidays. I am not an audiophile and never have been. VIA’s marketing department celebrated this revamped memory controller by christening it with a new marketing name: In fact VIA goes as far as to say something that we have been telling you guys for a while now and that is that memory bandwidth that exceeds the Athlon’s capability to “absorb” is really just wasted for the most part. Steam names the best-selling games of But VIA knows something about second efforts, too.
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VIA’s KTA chipset – The Tech Report – Page 1
But VIA knows something about second efforts, too. Here are the supported specs shown from the white paper as well: Customize The Tech Report The KTA can supposedly perform just as well without the extra expense and trouble of a second memory channel. This is what the VIA white paper states: This will afford you the luxury of attaching two SATA drives directly to your mainboard.
The first thing that will be important to many of you is that this southbridge natively supports two channels of Serial ATA. VIA’s VT south bridge. On a more serio MondayMarch 10, The MCP-T we all know and love. Dell returns to the stock market after six years. The nForce2 chipset’s parade of advantages continues with the MCP-T’s stunning list of south bridge features.
Like the KTA, the will be pin-compatible with its predecessor, so you can expect to see current KT motherboards arriving in new incarnations, first the with KTA north bridge, and then with the south bridge. The VT will be shipping in a couple of weeks.
DFI’s LANParty KTA and NFII Ultra motherboards – The Tech Report – Page 4
Despite offering two channels of DDR memory and a host of compelling features, nForce’s performance wasn’t anything to write home about, and motherboard buyers looked elsewhere.
The nForce2 Ultra ‘s dual channel memory controller theoretically offers double the memory bandwidth of a single-channel design, but that doesn’t mean that the chipset has as much of an advantage over the KTA as one might expect. The key difference between the KTA and nForce2 Ultra chipsets, at least as far as performance goes, is single versus dual-channel memory. While many of us expected a dual channel memory controller on the KTA, VIA has elected to stick with the single channel bit configuration, hence the trademark name “FastStream64” noted above.
VIA’s marketing department celebrated this revamped memory controller by christening it with a new marketing name: All trademarks used kkt400a properties of their respective owners.
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Merry Christmas from The Tech Report staff! Combine that with the very wide Ultra V-Link connection to the northbridge and we might see some real performance from our SATA drives that are now just starting to show up in North America.
No Interruptions Day Shortbread. Where does it get you compared to DDR? It’s nice of Krogoth to fill in for Chuckula over the holidays. Memory isn’t the only area where the nForce2 chipset has a bandwidth advantage over the KTA.
Read on for the answers. The extra bandwidth will be useful, because the will support as many as eight USB 2. It’s nice of Krogoth to fill in for Chuckula over the holidays.
ASRock K7VT4A+ – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – KT400A
Voldenuit It’s nice of Krogoth to fill in for Chuckula over the holidays. In general, the capabilities and internal precision of the LANParty boards’ audio implementations are similar, but the nForce2 APU has the upper hand because it’s capable of encoding six-channel Dolby Digital output in real time.
Steam names the best-selling games of Created by the same lead engineer who designed the KTA, this new chipset is intended as an nForce2 killer.