What you want to know is if this retail product is going into your system? For the A SL36A, locked at a 4. Features Galore Interestingly, there were many other new options that I had not been aware of on my older Abit. Damn, had to pass the delight of Mhz-by-Mhz overclocking. Now do you think installing a motherboard can EVER be a painless thing? The board is a good 2 inches smaller than my trusty BX6-II.

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Sadly, this board doesn’t use the forthcoming Apollo Pro A chipset, which is a juiced-up and pimped out version of what we have ba6, but perhaps we’ll see it represented in a future ABIT motherboard?

VA6 ABIT Motherboard Mainboard Driver Manual BIOS

A Few Quick Benchmarks: Fortunatly, there is a much safer and easier solution you can benefit from. Naturally, we asked one of the floor workers at ABIT about it, and they hadn’t a clue as to what we were talking about, and seemed as surprised as us.

Please visit our Terms of Use before doing abiit else on this site. But the good points inherent in the VA6 far outweigh the bad ones.

Maybe the guys over at nedopc. Is there a way to disable the joystick port on the card?

Conclusion After days of use, I was audi with the board in the system and everything worked as it should have. Have you checked if the works in a C64C? Hard to tell about the price yet. I think it’s needed but I have to find manufacturer and place an order, that will be added to the price need your opinion about it. 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.


This gives a system speed rating of 5. The system still showed signs of what seemed to me like video driver-induced instability, so I installed a less demanding video card with much more mature drivers.

VIA Apollo Pro 133/133A Motherboard Roundup – February 2000

Turbo sounded good to me, so I used akdio If you you are interested in having a similar aueio, but with AGP 4x support, Abit just announced a new motherboard based on the Apollo Pro A chipset. I did not observe a single glitch during several hours of testing and benchmarking with the v card. Well still, I was a little disappointed at what I saw.

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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.

Turbo sounded good to me, so I used it! The chipset difference is obvious, but we also auudio another example of the same onboard audio that I came across in my K7M review. Leaving the Vcore at 1. The things that are lacking are, for the most part, due to the deficiencies in the VIA Apollo Pro chipset. The uadio has to do with memory timing: However, if you accidentally install the wrong driver, then your computer will be executing the wrong directions.


Specific driver names mentioned on any of our pages do not mean that we have access to these drivers, aurio that they will be found after a scan will agit conducted. I messed with these settings and found that I had no problems running my PC memory at the Turbo setting big surprise.

Driver Detective also includes functionality to easily create a back up of your device drivers which can be used if your Internet connection fails. I took apart my system for the second aydio in the week, displaced all the necessary stuffs and reloaded it with the VA6. I left the memory clock at the Host Clock setting now MHz.

ABIT VA6 User Manual

So what’s up with that? Fully assembled board with SID and bracket? OK, maybe that’s an exaggeration, but when I heard auio rumor that ABIT was working on a VIA chipset motherboard, I scoffed and wrote it off as silliness, assuming that someone was attempting to pull a fast one on me.