Hardware advice needed: Athlon vs P4
jrh29 at po.cwru.edu
Tue Sep 3 12:06:59 PDT 2002
Interesting....I have 2 systems with VIA chipsets - A P3 1GHz and a AMD
AthlonXP 1800+ (both overclocked btw). I see absolutely no problems with them.
Although, I am not everyone, you're not everyone either.
To make a long story short, your milage may very, and it may vary greatly.
It's not just a matter of "It's a via chipset, therefore it's shit" It's a
matter of several factors....the manufacturer (my ASUS and ABit boards are both
fine, altho my abit bios has problems now after overloading the PCI slots :P )
being an important one.
On Tue, Sep 03, 2002 at 02:52:15PM -0400, Tony Karakashian wrote:
> > Well, until recently, you could only buy a mobo that supported AMD
> > chips that had VIA chipsets on them.
> >>sorry, what?
> I'm not sure what is so hard to understand here. Up until recently,
> if you wanted an AMD chip, you had to buy a mobo that had a VIA
> chipset. Therefore, I wouldn't buy an AMD. I could buy a
> non-VIA mobo and AMD chip, but it wouldn't do me a lot of good
> since the mobo would only support an Intel chip. Yes, there are
> new chipsets out there, but they're still not near the quality of
> the Intel chipsets.
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