Results 1 to 14 of 14 Thread: Can you use digi with Via chipsets? And if ur overclocking this board is pretty good too. Oct 22, Posts: Hey, i’m using the the abit vh6-t right now. I do know that the install problems we had with this motherboard were related to Win98SE.
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Hey, i’m using the the abit vh6-t right now. Jan 14, Posts: P3 1. My girlfriends abit mobo died, and because it was an older slot-1 model, Abit doesnt have another one to replace it with, so they’re offering to replace it with another motherboard of my choosing.
WinXP support is also soon to be released. Mon Mar 18, 6: I understand if you just can’t afford a chpset chunk chipest now. Which Abit mobos support Tualatin?
I have emailed ABIT to confirm this info. Gaius Smack-Fu Master, in training Registered: I think she finally went to an Abit board. Mon Mar 18, 1: So, I’m probably going to get a tualaron 1GHz for this board. I have run the demo and although it runs slow, it runs. Is the voltage what is different with the T?
ABIT VH6 – motherboard – ATX – Socket – ProA Overview – CNET
What errors or problems are you seeing? Can you use digi with Via chipsets? Specifically, I can do 1. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.
This post does not reflect the opinions of any government, company, organization or person. Posts 5, Originally posted by home skillet: They both uses the i chipset.
ABIT VH6 – motherboard – ATX – Socket 370 – Pro133A
I think you are right on this one All cbipset are GMT Jun 3, Posts: Soon to be ??? Jun 9, Posts: Wed Mar 20, 8: The box for the proc says “this processor has new voltage requirements that must be supported by your motherboard”.
Maybe you could post your IRQs here and all the extra PC cards you are using and the slots they are in. I been weighing the decision to move to digi from Cubase but I have been hearing conflicting stories.
And if ur overclocking this board is pretty good too.
Otherwise, there would be no point in releasing that processor if you had to buy a completely new motherboard, and the upgrade range for that processor is practically dead.
You’ve got the option of just changing to a motherboard with an Intel chip and keeping that P3. That will get you one of the best performing systems with Digi Sun Mar 17,