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Asus A7V133 Motherboard Review - Asus A7V133 Motherboard Review
Mon Jul 30, 2001 | 10:55P| PermaLink
When VIA released the KT133 chipset last year, only a few motherboards had multiplier adjustments. The most popular motherboards in this arena were basically Asus's A7V or Abit's KT7 series (KT7 and KT7-Raid). With the release of the VIA Apollo KT133A chipset things are now quite different, and dramatically improved if I do say so myself. Most of the large motherboard manufacturers now allow multiplier manipulation in either the BIOS or by the use of jumpers. First though, what is the difference between the KT133 and KT133A chisets? The answer is a simple one, the KT133A is basically the same chip as the KT133 except for the fact that it has been tweaked to allow Athlon processors to run at a 133MHz/266MHz bus. Before the KT133A chipset arrived, Athlon overclockers had a ceiling of around a 115MHz system bus. That wasn't very high, and in fact, that was really unimpressive. Thankfully the KT133A chipset arrived so it is now possible to reach 150MHz or higher bus speeds!

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