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VIA kt266a north bridge 's ram controller* can jam unless very well cooled



 
 
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Old April 21st 04, 05:44 AM
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Default VIA kt266a north bridge 's ram controller* can jam unless very well cooled

Even with silver paste & a " thick h-sink ( of Jetway V266B ) & 8cm fan
cooled, @133.9mhz fsb ( CL 2 / 3 ) with 2 pc150 dimms,* will jam in
intensive usage ( dvd fast fwd, ram stress test ) in 29C air, yet no
tmperature sensor is built in.
Users in warm climate beware, can use BCM diagnostic
www.bcm.com/utilities/utilities.htm to study this : * does not jam in dos
stress test, can jam only in GUI ( Win98se / ME ).


 




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