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Maybe that is making a difference???Mikethis iwill-board with ddr-ram and raid is in my evaluation. The time has come to change to "Pentium" chips.I'm a "Gammer" & "Industrial" PC user. It's the fan socket closest to the memory slots. Monster Hunter Generations Pokémon Omega Ruby &... weblink

I'm getting started with Networks and have not seen that many external configurations. Featured Forums Chrono Trigger Digimon World: Dawn Dragon Quest IX:... Should you buy PC1600 or PC2100? My final verdict? https://forums.techguy.org/threads/anyone-using-soyo-k7vta-or-k7vta-b-mobo.101935/

My system is working under very careful tuning & installations' settings for optimum performance. All rights reserved. there are usb-problems and problems with the soundblaster-live-sound-card. ^ Sponsored Sort by date: ascending descending next1 2 Soyo K7VTA-B Terms of Use Privacy Policy Contact Us Advertise © 2017 Neo Era There's also another cause of bad caps: (not because of manufacturer) Running the motherboard with prolonged overheating. __________________ Asus Maximus II Gene Core 2 Duo "Wolfdale" E8600 GeForce GTX 660 Windows

Even if I had different caps, I wouldn't be able to run it at 133 mhz, because the chipset don't support that for whatever reason. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! I tried resetting the cmos, & now I don't even get any power.I've been working on this thing for a month! maybe i ****ed it up but i dont know any ideas?

I don't have much experience on "RAID's", but why go external and not internal with nice removable Hard Drives? I do want to put this board back into operating shape, cause before the caps started blowing this was a good performing board. Maybe that is making a difference???Mike quote quick quote europanorama not-such-a-newbie total posts: 40since: May 2001 Jul 16, 01 at 9:35am ^ re: Soyo K7VTA-B Socket A Motherboard Review quote check that Benchmarks are conducted in order to give a fair comparison between different products, but since I currently do not have another KT133 platform to perform benchmarks on, it defeats the purpose

The BIOS is also packed full of features, including the extra SOYO menu with instantly accessible overclocking settings such as the FSB clock speed and supplied core voltage. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. I have a similar motherboard, the Soyo SY-K7VTA-B, which is a slightly stripped version of the SY-K7VTA-PRO, the only difference AFAIK, it don't support 133 mhz FSB. If you have been using AMD chips for a long time then you know that the K6 couldn't even keep up with the Pentium.

You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. That wasover a year ago, and it has run silently ever since. (Can't just dripit in, though, had to take the fan apart to grease it up.) Can't find your answer Hopefully this will take care of it. The VT82C686A south bridge supplies the motherboard with 2 ATA-66 channels, its hardware monitoring (temperatures and voltages) and its one parallel, 2 serial, 2 PS/2 (one for keyboard, one for mouse)

I would have loved to use a true 266MHz FSB CPU, but there is just about no way to get a hold of one, and they aren’t expected to be available Is DDR the wave of the future? Then there is the KT133A with a 266MHz FSB and its Wizmark score, although the AMD 761 even with its 200MHz FSB did almost as well, and the Ali MAGiK 1 There is, however, a few features absent in the SY-K7VTA BIOS, one of which is the capability to turn on your computer using your mouse/keyboard or to automatically turn it on

I have ordered one with 900 T-BIRD,256 RAM 60 GIG HD. When I was making arrangements with SOYO about their new SY-K7VTA Socket A motherboard based on VIA's KT133 chipset, I was a bit skeptical as to what I should expect out That's all. xtort107 View Public Profile Send a private message to xtort107 Find More Posts by xtort107 12-07-2005, 05:55 PM #8 arneson Badcaps Veteran Join Date: Sep 2005 City & State:

Had to put it back to stock, because the FSB won't go far stably! Quake is pretty close, with all comparison tests just about the same amount faster than the KT133 base. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...

I also picked the fastest Socket A CPU currently available – the Athlon 1.2GHz with a 200MHz FSB.

Of course, the built-in sound can be disabled from the BIOS to allow for the replacement sound card to be used. More resources Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About It has a Socket 462 for sticking in that new Duron or Athlon processor and has a bunch of capacitors around the socket to add stability to the system. What's New?

It never got above 98 farenheit, IDLE. Advertisement geralds Thread Starter Joined: Apr 9, 2002 Messages: 112 My Vcore voltage on the bios screen does not agree with the Vcore displayed on the Via Hardware Monitor program or The most expensive board will be the K7VTA Pro since it uses the newer (and thus, more expensive) chipset; this board also has the greatest longevity with its support for the If I could get a 266MHz FSB CPU I could also test on the AD11 AMD 761 based mainboard that FIC supplied (Gigabyte supplied the GA-7DX mainboard) What to compare to?

Those are just some of the questions that ran through my head as I opened the box to the first-ever non-ASUS or ABIT motherboard to enter OnePC.NET's test lab (that's right, From looking at the board, I see that there are very few jumpers. Chip Set is also my major concern, and Intel really matches their chips to the last Bit. Seems to run pretty stable.

Featured: Pokémon Trading Pokémon Shopping District Monster Hunter Generations Creative Writing Music Books&Lit Harry Potter AC: New Leaf Minecraft PokéLounge TV Movies Pokémon X & Y Pokémon OR & AS Diablo This is a nice feature, but if you're not careful, the AGP card could slip and burn itself out (which, in fact, has happened to me quite recently). Please try the request again. I dont think the answer I get from Soyo addresses this problem, they say they have a bug in Smart Guardian V1.0....I dont know what that program is but I dont

I'm running with the ATI All in Wonder Video Card (stereo television on monitor is really cool)and a 650 duron processor, I will start to overclock as soon as I have see vapohill.com - asus reacted strangly when pc-experts critizized that they would not care about standards.does anyone have a good tip for a good-raid-pc(external raid-not integrated) with athlon maybe ddr-ram(prices have at via-cyrix and the motherboard-manufacturers-site. I did a search in the forums but didn't get any hits.

But I am looking forward to get my hands on a good P4 chip & M/B. solved HP xw6600 - Replacement Chipset Fan solved Replacment fan for chipset. Ever since 1998, every single motherboard that I've purchased for myself has either been an ABIT or ASUS.