Via KX-133 boards one degree under?
Our look around some hardware sites
There is a piece at Tom's Hardware which takes 12 KX-133 mobos, while the good doctor's staff go round with their stethoscopes and maybe a speculum or two to find out how healthy they are. The answer seems to be that one or two of them are throwing a sickie... Meanwhile, over at Tech Report, there is some info on why AMD's Thunderbird might have some trouble working with the KX-133 chipset. The arrival of AMD's infamous Socket A has been heralded by quite a few muddaboardz with support for said thing. Over at Slot A, you can view the latest list. At JC's pages, there is an update of his Pricewatch saga, where he looks at the availability of ze Athlon and ze Intel Copperwhoppas. Struggling with Microsoft high end operating systems? Take a look at Ars Technica, which points to an MS event log utility. Slight self-reference stuff here, but Ace's Hardware has a little more to add on the burgeoning mystery of Willamette, Rambus and DDR. According to this place, ServerWorks has been licensed to produce a DDR chipset for Willamette. ServerWorks (formerly Reliance), has a broad agreement with Intel to produce DDR chipsets for server and workstation products.
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