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Will 8KHA support 2100+ XP chip

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oc jason

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will it do it stock, or with a BIOS update, or not at all. What has to be done to use that chip im trying to run at 12.5x160-2gig or 13x160-2080. If i set my mem that high, i can use a lower X, and my BIOS on thei board go to 15x so i ASSUME itll work?
 

ThePunkGeek

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am not to sure about stock but with a bios update am sure it would.

will it support the t-breds? i heard that some kt133a chipset boards would.
 
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oc jason

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i hope they get an even newer BIOS then, the newest ones sucked for me so i had to go with the BIOS 1 update later.
 

Wa11y

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ThePunkGeek said:
am not to sure about stock but with a bios update am sure it would.

will it support the t-breds? i heard that some kt133a chipset boards would.

The 8KHA runs off the KT266 chiset. I have an 8KHA+ running a T-bird with no problems at all.

And the KT133A chiset will support a t-bird, since it does a 133FSB. The KT133 chipset will not.
 
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oc jason

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Wa11y said:


The 8KHA runs off the KT266 chiset. I have an 8KHA+ running a T-bird with no problems at all.

And the KT133A chiset will support a t-bird, since it does a 133FSB. The KT133 chipset will not.

LOL t-bread is a Throughbred
t-bird is a thunderbird

he has tbread nto tbird, i am running a tbird so y would i ask if its will support it LOL

thanks though