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What exactly is the VIA KM133A Chipset?

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Feb 24, 2001
I am seeing few MicroATX AMD boards coming out lately with this chipset,KM133a, Its has me thinking that its the KT133a pretty much, Only DDR MicroATX board I have seen is the Epox 8KHM with KT266a, but all the KM133a's are SDRAM..

Im asking cause I would liek to know if the KM133a supports overclocking, Im building a LAN rig soon cause Im sick of hualing my Slot A Athlon around and I need something faster as well now....and I MicroATX system would the perfect solution...


Any board with the KM133A chipset probably doesn't overclock too well, or even have any overclocking options to begin with. The difference between the KT133A and the KM133A is integrated video. The KM133A is basically a chipset for system integrators who don't want to have to buy external video cards, not one that is renowned for performance and overclockability.
Ah Ok...I see.....
I guess its an Epox 8KHM for me...
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