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We would really like to see motherboard manufacturers like Abit produce Flip-Chip Coppermine Abit VA6 that will take a Flip-Chip without an adapter.
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We have had tons Abit VA6 problems getting Flip Chips to overclock stably with Slot-1 adapters, or on boards like the Tyan Trinitybecause of it's Abit VA6 of core voltage adjustments for the CPU. Intel says it is converting it's entire processor line over to the Flip-Chip format, but there are very few motherboards that will take this new format chip without an adapter.
- ABIT VA6 Apollo Motherboard -
- ABIT VA6 Apollo Pro Slot-1 ATX
- ABIT VA6 User Manual
- ABIT VA6 Apollo Pro 133 Slot-1 ATX
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Hopefully, companies like Abit will remedy this situation soon. Abit VA6 VA6 has a number of features that are very desirable in a new motherboard, and a few deficiencies.
The things that are lacking are, for the most part, due to the deficiencies in the VIA Apollo Abit VA6 chipset. But the good points inherent in the VA6 far outweigh the bad ones. Native support for Coppermines, even if only Slot-1 versions, Abit VA6 welcome, and the core voltage adjustments in Softmenu II are critical for overclocking with stability. We highly recommend it if you want to get a Coppermine setup now.
If you you Abit VA6 interested in having a similar board, but with AGP 4x support, Abit just announced a new motherboard based on the Apollo Pro A chipset. The new Abit board, called the VT6X4, is already available at our distributors.
We will have a review of it posted as soon as possible. Intel's new E slot-1 chip is a winner.
ABIT VA6 - VIA Apollo Pro /A Motherboard Roundup - February
Despite the fact that it is based on an older chip design than the Athlon, the addition of the features in the advanced transfer cache, and the fact that the cache is on-die and running at full CPU speed, makes the Coppermine PIII a real contender with the AMD Athlon. It can overclock much further on the front side bus than the Athlon, mainly because the Athlon is using double data rate technology, wherein it transfers data twice on each current pulse. Timing is more critical, and subject to rapid degradation when boosting the Abit VA6 frequency. On-board audio adds to cost without significant benefit.
Two ISA slots are not necessary anymore.
Damn, had to pass the delight of Mhz-by-Mhz overclocking. I saw these: And as for multipliers, you will find: So Abit VA6 have 14 FSB settings and 13 multipliers to play with. Abit VA6 still, I was a little disappointed at what I saw. Hopefully, no premature harddisk failure and the higher bus speeds will compensate for the 10Mhz drop in processor speed.
Features Galore Interestingly, there were many other new options that I had not been aware of on my older Abit. Turbo sounded good to me, so I Abit VA6 it! No AGP4X you say?! For the A that I am using, locked at a 4. And as for multipliers, you will find: So we have 14 FSB settings and 13 multipliers to play with.
VIA Apollo Pro 133/133A Motherboard Roundup - February 2000
Well still, I was a little Abit VA6 at what I saw. Hopefully, I won't encounter any premature harddisk failure and the higher bus speeds will compensate for the 10Mhz drop in processor speed in the tests to follow. Features Galore Interestingly, there were many other new options that I had not been aware of on my older Abit. Turbo sounded good to me, so I used it!
Based on the Apollo Pro with a later revision due out using the Apollo Pro A chipset (which adds AGP 4X support) ABIT's VA6 is one of. ABIT's VA6 was one of the more highly anticipated motherboards in this roundup, but our experience with the board was tainted as we Abit VA6.