They better hop to it too, its been like 6 weeks since I sent in the dead board and I’m still waiting to build myself a server. Hence my question, as I really dont see anything on their website to indicate which of their socket boards have tualatin support. Wed Mar 20, 8: Tualatin itself is the only. Sun Mar 17, WinXP support is also soon to be released.
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I would do a search for “Abit VH6-II” here on this forum and the forum below called “Windows Configuration” and see what you come up with. I’ll keep u guys posted.
ABIT VH6 User Manual
The time now is The VIA chipset is not supported for Pentiums. Sun Mar 17, That is the only problem I’ve heard so far. Hey, i’m using the the abit vh6-t right now.
Gaius Smack-Fu Master, in training Registered: SSXeon i thought tualatin was the project codename and coppermine-t was the cgipset name for tualatin processors? You may have to register before you can post: Soon to be ??? Any news on it? What errors or problems are you seeing? On the Nuendo site there was one person that had problems with the Echo Layla card and this board.
Which Abit mobos support Tualatin? – Ars Technica OpenForum
Tualatin itself is the only. I have run the demo and although it runs slow, it runs.
ahit So, I’m probably going to get a tualaron 1GHz for this board. Everyone with that motherboard is up and running with great results. Support for one does not guarentee support for the other.
Which Abit mobos support Tualatin? Results 1 to 14 of If nothing else, get a motherboard with an Intel chipset that is recommended for around Jan 30, Posts: That will get you one of the best performing systems with Digi Results 1 to 14 of 14 Thread: Jan 14, Posts: They both uses the i chipset.
Abit VH6-II Motherboard Overview – CNET
From the Abit site: You’ve got the option of just changing to a motherboard with an Intel chip and keeping that P3. Otherwise, there would be no point in releasing that processor if chipet had to buy a completely new motherboard, and the upgrade range for that processor is practically dead.
They better hop to it too, its been like 6 weeks since I sent in the dead board and I’m still waiting to build myself a vu6. Jun 9, Posts: It has tualitin support. Not sure about other boards from abit though. I think you are right on this one I’ve also heard this rumor. What’s really happening when your system “keeps falling over”?