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The extra bandwidth will be useful, because the will support as many as eight Kt400a-8235 2. Can VIA really match up with the nForce2? Voldenuit It’s nice of Krogoth to fill in for Chuckula over the holidays.
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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. No Interruptions Day Shortbread. But before we do so, we should check out a couple of other changes coming down the pike from VIA which will affect the KTA’s fortunes.
VIA’s KTA chipset – The Tech Report – Page 1
Read on for the answers. The rest kt040a-8235 the north bridge, including the front-side bus, the AGP port, and the link to the south bridge, is largely kt400a-8235. The KTA’s FastStream64 memory controller includes “an expanded array of prefetch buffers to reduce latency in the memory controller,” according to VIA’s tech brief. But VIA knows something about second efforts, too.
The KTA can supposedly perform just as well without the extra expense and trouble of a second memory channel.
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Chipsets Previous page Next page. Created by the same lead engineer ktt400a-8235 designed the KTA, this new chipset is intended as an nForce2 killer. As you would expect, we’re about to put those claims to the test with a battery of benchmarks punctuated by occasional smart-aleck comments.
VIA’s KT400A chipset
Despite offering two channels of DDR souhd and a host of compelling features, nForce’s performance wasn’t anything to write home about, and motherboard buyers looked elsewhere. Its second-revision chipsets, like KTA and KTA, have traditionally been notable improvements over the first revs.
Before you go writing off the KTA as a non-event, though, listen up: VIA’s marketing department celebrated this revamped memory controller by christening it with a new marketing name: Customize The Tech Report