List of VIA chipsets

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This is a list of computer motherboard chipsets made by VIA Technologies.

Mature/Obsolete[edit]

Socket 7[edit]

Chipset Part Numbers South Bridge Release Date Processors FSB SMP Memory types Memory bus Max. memory Max. cache Max. cacheable RAM Parity/
ECC
PCI AGP IGP
Apollo Master[1] VT82C575M + VT82C577M VT82C576M + VT82C416 1995 Socket 5 66 MHz No FPM EDO BEDO 66 MHz 1024 MB 2 MB 1024 MB w/ 1 MB L2 No 2.1 No No
Apollo VP[2] VT82C585VP, VT82C587VP VT82C586 1996 Socket 7 66 MHz No FPM EDO BEDO SDRAM 66 MHz 512 MB 2 MB 512 MB w/ 2 MB L2 No 2.0 No No
Apollo VP2/97[2] VT82C595 VT82C586B 1997 Socket 7 66 MHz No FPM EDO BEDO SDRAM 66 MHz 512 MB 2 MB 512 MB w/ 2 MB L2 Yes 2.0 No No
Apollo VPX/97[2] VT82C595 VT82C586B 1997 Socket 7 66 MHz No FPM EDO BEDO SDRAM 66 MHz 512 MB 2 MB 512 MB w/ 2 MB L2 No 2.0 No No
Apollo VP3[2][3] VT82C597 VT82C586B 1997 Socket 7 66 MHz No FPM EDO BEDO SDRAM 66 MHz 1024 MB 2 MB 1024 MB w/ 2 MB L2 Yes 2.0 No
Apollo MVP3[2][4] VT82C598AT VT82C586B, 596A/B or 686A/B 1998 Super Socket 7 66 - 100 MHz No FPM EDO BEDO SDRAM 66 - 100 MHz 768 MB 2 MB 512 MB w/ 2 MB L2 Yes 2.1 No
Apollo MVP4[5] VT8501 VT82C686A/B or VT82C596B Super Socket 7 66 - 100 MHz No FPM EDO BEDO SDRAM 66 - 100 MHz 768 MB 2 MB 512 MB w/ 2 MB L2 Yes 2.1 No Trident Blade3D

AMD licensed the VIA Apollo VP2/97 core logic architecture as its AMD 640 chipset.

Socket 370 and Slot 1[edit]

Chipset Part Numbers South Bridge Release Date Processors FSB SMP Memory types Memory bus Max. memory Max. cache Max. cacheable RAM Parity/ECC PCI V-Link AGP IGP
Apollo Pro[2] VT82C691, VT82C692BX VT82C586B, VT82C596 May 1998 Pentium III, Pentium II, Pentium Pro 66/100 MHz No FPM, EDO, BEDO, PC66/PC100 SDRAM, VCSDRAM 66/100 MHz 1 GB NA NA Yes 2.1 No No
Apollo Pro+ VT82C693 VT82C586B, VT82C596A/B Dec 1998 Pentium III, Pentium II, Pentium Pro 66/100 MHz No FPM, EDO, BEDO, PC66/PC100 SDRAM, VCSDRAM 66/100 MHz 1 GB NA NA Yes 2.1 No No
Apollo Pro 133 VT82C693A VT82C596A/B, VT82C686A/B July 1999 Pentium III, Pentium II 66/100/133 MHz No FPM, EDO, PC66/PC100/PC133 SDRAM, VCSDRAM 66/100/133 MHz 1.5 GB NA NA Yes 2.1 No No
Apollo Pro 133A VT82694X or VT82C694MP VT82C596B or VT82C686A/B Oct 1999 Pentium III, Pentium II 66/100/133 MHz Yes (VT82C694MP only) PC100/PC133 SDRAM, VCSDRAM 66/100/133 MHz 2 GB NA NA Yes 2.1 No No
Apollo Pro 133T VT82C694T VT82C686B Pentium III, Celeron, Pentium III Tualatin 66/100/133 MHz No PC100/PC133 SDRAM, VCSDRAM 66/100/133 MHz 2 GB NA NA Yes 2.1 No No
ProSavage PM133 VT8601 VT82C686A/B Pentium III, Pentium II 66/100/133 MHz No PC100/PC133 SDRAM, VCSDRAM 66/100/133 MHz NA NA 2.1 No 4x Yes
PLE133 VT8601A VT82C686B Pentium III, Celeron, C3 66/100/133 MHz No PC100/PC133 SDRAM, VCSDRAM 66/100/133 MHz 1 GB NA NA No 2.2 No No Yes
PLE133T VT8601T VT82C686B Pentium III, Celeron, C3, Pentium III Tualatin 66/100/133 MHz No PC100/PC133 SDRAM, VCSDRAM 66/100/133 MHz 1 GB NA NA No 2.2 No No Yes
Apollo Pro 266 VT8633 VT8233 Sept 2000 Pentium III, Celeron, C3 66/100/133 MHz Yes SDRAM DDR 200/266, PC100/PC133 SDRAM, VCSDRAM 200/266 MHz DDR, 100/133 MHz SDRAM 4 GB NA NA 2.1 266 MB/s No
Apollo Pro 266T VT8653 VT8233 Pentium III, Celeron, Pentium III Tualatin, C3 66/100/133 MHz Yes SDRAM DDR 200/266, PC100/PC133 SDRAM, VCSDRAM 200/266 MHz DDR, 100/133 MHz SDRAM 4 GB NA NA 2.1 266 MB/s No
CLE266 VT8622 or VT8633 VT8233A, VT8235M Pentium III, Celeron, Pentium III Tualatin, C3 66/100/133 MHz No SDRAM DDR 200/266 100/133 MHz 2 GB NA NA No 2.1 266 MB/s No Yes
  • ProSavage PM133 - Graphics core from S3, derived from a combination of the 3D component of Savage4 and 2D from Savage 2000.
  • Asus advertised some boards as Apollo Pro 133Z.[6] 133Z appears to be a late revision of or step up from 133A, but it is not listed on the VIA site.

Slot A and Socket A[edit]

Chipset Part Numbers South Bridge Release Date Processors FSB SMP Memory types Memory bus Max. memory Parity/ECC V-Link AGP
KX133[7] VT8371 VT82C686A Athlon (Slot A) 100 MHz No SDR SDRAM, VCSDRAM 100–133 MHz 2.0 GB No
KT133[8] VT8363 VT82C686A/B Athlon, Duron (Socket A) 100 MHz No SDR SDRAM, VCSDRAM 100–133 MHz 1.5 GB No
KLE133[9] VT8361 VT82C686B 2001 Athlon, Duron (Socket A) 100–133 MHz No SDR SDRAM, VCSDRAM 66–133 MHz 1.0 GB No 4× (integrated Trident graphics[10])
KT133A[11] VT8363A VT82C686B 2001 Athlon, Athlon XP, Duron (Socket A) 100–133 MHz No SDR SDRAM, VCSDRAM 100–133 MHz 1.5 GB No
KT266[12] VT8366 VT823x Jan 2001 Athlon, Athlon XP, Duron (Socket A) 100–133 MHz No SDR SDRAM, DDR SDRAM 100–133 MHz 4.0 GB 266 MB/s
KT266A[13] VT8366A VT823x Sept 2001 Athlon, Athlon XP, Duron (Socket A) 100–133 MHz No SDR SDRAM, DDR SDRAM 100–133 MHz 4.0 GB 266 MB/s
KT333[14] VT8367 VT8233, VT8235 Feb 2002 Athlon, Athlon XP, Duron, Sempron (Socket A) 100–133 / 166 MHz No DDR SDRAM 100–166 MHz 4.0 GB 266 MB/s
KT400[15] VT8368 VT8235, VT8237 Aug 2002 Athlon, Athlon XP, Duron, Sempron (Socket A) 100–166 MHz No DDR SDRAM 100–166 MHz 4.0 GB 533 MB/s
KT400A[16] VT8377A VT8237, VT8251 Mar 2003 Athlon, Athlon XP, Duron, Sempron (Socket A) 100–166 MHz No DDR SDRAM 100–200 MHz 4.0 GB 533 MB/s
KT600[17] VT8377 VT8237, VT8251 May 2003 Athlon, Athlon XP, Duron, Sempron (Socket A) 100–200 MHz No DDR SDRAM 100–200 MHz 8.0 GB 533 MB/s
KT880[18] VT8379 VT8237, VT8251 Feb 2004 Athlon, Athlon XP, Duron, Sempron (Socket A) 100–200 MHz No DDR SDRAM Dual 100–200 MHz 8.0 GB 533 MB/s
  • KT266 contains a hardware bug which cause system instability when using the AGP slot at the specified max capacity of 4×.[19]
  • ProSavage KM133, KM133A, KM266, KM400, KM400A - Similar to the above, but with integrated graphics. After KM133, DDR is supported. The KM133 uses an IGP consisting of the S3 Savage4 3D core and Savage 2000 2D functionality. KM266's ProSavage8 IGP is similar but has an additional 3D pipeline. The KM400 chipset and its "A" variant use the VIA UniChrome IGP.
  • Later revisions of the KT333 (sometimes called KT333CF) are rebadged KT400 chips with AGP 8x disabled. On motherboards with this chipset AGP 2x cards which require 3.3V are not supported.
  • KT133E (= VT8363E + VT82C686B) appears on Gigabyte 7IXEH [20] but is not listed on the VIA site. Based on the specifications of that motherboard, KT133E appears to be equivalent to (or a cost-reduced rehash of) KT133, supporting 133 MHz for memory but only 100 MHz for the CPU.
  • Some revisions of KT333 support 166 MHz FSB.

Socket 478[edit]

Chipset Part Numbers South Bridge Release Date Processors FSB SMP Memory types Memory bus Max. memory Parity/ECC V-Link AGP IGP
P4M266[21] VT8751 VT8233/8233A/8233C Pentium 4, Celeron, Celeron D 400 MHz No SDR SDRAM, DDR SDRAM 100/133 MHz SDRAM, 200/266 MHz DDR SDRAM 4.0 GB 266 MB/s Yes (ProSavage8™ DDR)
P4X266[22] VT8753 VT8233/8233C Pentium 4, Celeron 400 MHz No SDR SDRAM, DDR SDRAM 100/133 MHz SDRAM, 200/266 MHz DDR SDRAM 4.0 GB 266 MB/s No
P4X266E[23] VT8753 VT8233/8233C Pentium 4, Celeron, Celeron D 400/533 MHz No SDR SDRAM, DDR SDRAM 100/133 MHz SDRAM, 200/266 MHz DDR SDRAM 4.0 GB 266 MBs No
P4X266A[24] VT8753 VT8233/8233A/8233C Pentium 4, Celeron 400/533 MHz No SDR SDRAM, DDR SDRAM 100/133 MHz SDRAM, 200/266 MHz DDR SDRAM 4.0 GB 266 MB/s No
P4X333[25] VT83754 VIA VT8235 Pentium 4, Celeron, Celeron D 400/533 MHz No DDR SDRAM 200/266/333 MHz 4.0 GB 533 MB/s No
P4X400[26] VT8754 VIA VT8235 Pentium 4, Celeron, Celeron D 400/533 MHz No DDR SDRAM 200/266/333/400 MHz 4.0 GB 533 MB/s No
P4X533[27] VIA VT8237R+ Pentium 4, Celeron, Celeron D 400/533 MHz No DDR SDRAM 200/266/333/400 MHz 4.0 GB 533 MB/s No

Currently being produced[edit]

AMD / Intel processors[edit]

  • VIA K8T800, VIA K8T800 Pro, VIA K8M800 - Athlon 64 chipsets. Established an early market lead, with richer features, and a full speed HyperTransport implementation
  • VIA PT900, P4M900, K8T900, K8M890 - VIA's PCIe-only chipsets. The P4M900 and K8M890 have onboard graphics. The PT900 and P4M900 chipsets have single-channel DDR2-only memory controllers, while the K8T900 and K8M890 being Athlon 64 chipsets do not have memory controllers.
  • VIA Chipsets K8 Series for AMD CPU Comparison Chart
Chipset Part Numbers South Bridge Release Date Processors Max. FSB SMP Memory types Memory bus Max. memory Parity/ECC V-Link AGP PCI-Express
K8T800[28] VT VT8237R+ Apr 2003 Socket 754 800 MHz No DDR SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz 4GB 533MB/s
K8M800[29] VT VT8251/VT8237R+ Dec 2003 Socket 754/939/AM2 800 MHz No DDR SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz 2GB 533MB/s
K8T800 Pro[30] VT VT8237R+ May 2004 Socket 939 1 GHz No DDR SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz 4GB 1 GHz/s
K8T890[31] VT VT8237R+ Sept 2004 Socket 939/AM2 1 GHz No DDR/DDR2 SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz DDR, 400/533/667 MHz DDR2 4GB 1 GHz/s ×16
K8M890[32] VT VT8251/VT8237R+ Oct 2005 Socket 939/AM2 1 GHz No DDR/DDR2 SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz DDR, 400/533/667 MHz DDR2 4GB 1 GHz/s ×16
K8T900[33] VT VT8251/VT8237R+ Nov 2005 Socket 939/AM2 1 GHz No DDR/DDR2 SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz DDR, 400/533/667 MHz DDR2 4GB 1 GHz/s ×16, Dual x8
  • Being a reduced version of PM880, PM800 is not as closely related to PT800 as P4M890 to PT890. Because of its high cost, It is soon obsoleted in favor of P4M800 and then P4M800 Pro, both of which have a lower rated V-Link and feature no special memory technology such as FastStream64 or StepUp that is common in the other listed 8xx chipsets.
  • VIA Chipsets P4 Series for Intel CPU Comparison Chart
Chipset Part Numbers South Bridge Release Date Processors Max. FSB SMP Memory types Memory bus Max. memory Parity/ECC V-Link AGP PCI-Express
PT800[34] VT VT8237 Jul 2003 LGA 775/Socket 478 800 MHz No DDR SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz 3 GB 533 MB/s No
PM800 (IG)[35] VT VT8237 Nov 2003 LGA 775/Socket 478 800 MHz No DDR SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz 3 GB 1066 MB/s No
PT880[36] VT VT8237 Nov 2003 LGA 775/Socket 478 800 MHz No Dual Channel DDR SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz 4 GB 1066 MB/s No
PM880 (IG)[37] VT VT8237 Nov 2003 LGA 775/Socket 478 800 MHz No Dual Channel DDR SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz 4 GB 1066 MB/s No
P4M800 (IG)[38] VT VT8237R+ LGA 775/Socket 478 800 MHz No DDR SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz 3 GB 533 MB/s No
P4M800 Pro (IG)[39] VT VT8237R+ LGA 775 1066 MHz No DDR/DDR2 SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz DDR, 400/533 MHz DDR2 2 GB 533 MB/s No
PT880 Pro[40] VT VT8237R+ Jan 2005 LGA 775/Socket 478 800 MHz No Dual Channel DDR/DDR2 SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz DDR, 400/533 MHz DDR2 4 GB 1066 MB/s ×4
PT880 Ultra[41] VT VT8237R+ Jan 2005 LGA 775 1066 MHz No Dual Channel DDR/DDR2 SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz DDR, 400/533 MHz DDR2 4 GB 1066 MB/s ×4
PT894[42] VT VT8237R+ Jan 2005 LGA 775 1066 MHz No Dual Channel DDR/DDR2 SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz DDR, 400/533/667 MHz DDR2 4 GB 1066 MB/s N/A ×16
PT894 Pro[43] VT VT8237R+ Jan 2005 LGA 775 1066 MHz No Dual Channel DDR/DDR2 SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz DDR, 400/533/667 MHz DDR2 4 GB 1066 MB/s N/A ×16
P4M890 (IG)[44] VT VT8237A Feb 2006 LGA 775 1066 MHz No DDR/DDR2 SDRAM 200/266/333/400 MHz DDR, 400/533 MHz DDR2 4 GB 533 MB/s N/A ×16
PT890[45] VT VT8237A Apr 2006 LGA 775 1066 MHz No DDR/DDR2 SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz DDR, 400/533 MHz DDR2 4 GB 533 MB/s N/A ×16
P4M900 (IG)[46] VT VT8251, VT8237 May 2006 LGA 775 1066 MHz No DDR/DDR2 SDRAM 266/333/400 MHz DDR, 400/533/667 MHz DDR2 4 GB 1066 MB/s N/A ×16

VIA processors[edit]

Chipset Part Numbers South Bridge Release Date Processors FSB SMP Memory types Memory bus Max. memory Parity/ECC V-Link PCI AGP PCI-e IGP Audio
VX700[47] VT (single-chip solution) Jul 2006 VIA C7-M/C7-M ULV 533/400 MHz No DDR2/DDR SDRAM 2GB No 4 No VIA UniChrome Pro VIA Vinyl HD Audio
CN700[48] VT VT8237A/VT8251 2006 VIA C7 533/400 MHz No DDR2/DDR SDRAM up to 533 MHz 2GB 533MB/s SB No VIA UniChrome Pro SB
CN800[49] VT VT8237R Plus Nov 2006 VIA C7/C7-D 533/400 MHz No DDR2/DDR SDRAM up to 667 MHz 4GB 533MB/s SB No VIA UniChrome Pro SB
CN896[50] VT VT8237S/VT8251 Feb 2007 VIA C7/C7-D/Eden (V4) 800/400 MHz No DDR2/DDR SDRAM up to 667 MHz 4GB 533MB/s SB No ×16-1
×1-1
VIA Chrome9 HC SB
VX800[51] VT (single-chip solution) Apr 2008 VIA Nano/C7/Eden 800/400 MHz No DDR2 SDRAM up to 667 MHz 4GB No 4 No ×4-1
×1-2
VIA Chrome9 HC3 VIA Vinyl HD Audio
VX855[52] VT (single-chip solution) Mar 2009 VIA Nano/C7/Eden 800/400 MHz No DDR2 SDRAM up to 800 MHz 4GB No No No No VIA Chrome9 HCM VIA Vinyl HD Audio
VX900[53] VT (single-chip solution) Mar 2010 VIA Nano/C7/Eden 800/400 MHz No DDR2/DDR3 SDRAM up to 800 MHz 4GB No Yes No ×4-1
×1-2
VIA Chrome9 HCM VIA Vinyl HD Audio
VN1000[54] VT VT8261 Dec 2010 VIA Nano/C7/C7-D/Eden (V4) 800/400 MHz No DDR2/DDR3 SDRAM up to 800 MHz 16GB Ultra V-Link (1GB/s) SB No ×8-1
×1-4
VIA Chrome 520 VIA Vinyl HD Audio
VX11H[55] VT (single-chip solution) Aug 2012 VIA Nano/X2/QuadCore/C7/C7-D/Eden (V4) 1066/533 MHz No DDR3 SDRAM up to 1333 MHz 16GB no SB No ×4(1)-1(2)
×2(1)-(1)4
VIA Chrome 645/640 VIA Vinyl HD Audio
Chipset Part Numbers South Bridge Release Date Processors FSB SMP Memory types Memory bus Max. memory Parity/ECC V-Link PCI AGP PCI-e IGP Audio
  • VIA VN800 - Support VIA C7-M / Intel Pentium M Processors

- Support product: (VIA VB6002 Mini-ITX Board)

  • VIA VX700 - utilizes the VIA UniChrome Pro Integrated Graphics Processor (IGP), C7-M or C7-ULV 533/400 MHz FSB, DDR2 533/400/333 or DDR400/333
  • VIA VN896 (Mobile) and VIA CN896 (Desktop),VIA VN896(Mobile) can support Intel Pentium M / Mobile Core Duo Processor

- Support product: (BenQ Joybook R42)

  • VIA VX800
    • First VIA mobile chipset to support DirectX 9.0 (Pixel Shader 2.0)
    • VIA Chrome9 HC3 integrated graphics (250 MHz engine clock, up to 256 MB frame buffer)
    • Built-in VIA Vinyl HD Audio controller supports up to eight high definition channels with a 192 kHz sampling rate and 32-bit sample depth.
    • Supports 800/400 MHz FSB
    • Supports up to 4GBs of RAM with two 64-bit DDR2 667 DIMMs
    • Single chip solution (No southbridge required).
    • Designed towards being used with the VIA Isaiah 64-bit processor.
    • Maximum power consumption (TDP max) of 5 watts.
  • VIA VX800U
    • Similar to the VIA VX800
    • VIA Chrome9 HC3 integrated graphics (166 MHz engine clock, up to 256 MB frame buffer)
    • Supports 400 MHz FSB
    • Supports up to 4GBs of RAM with two 64-bit DDR2 400 DIMMs
    • Doesn't have PCI-Express nor SATA support due to their power requirements.
    • Maximum power consumption (TDP max) of 3.5 watts.
    • Specifically issued to be used in very low power devices.
  • VIA VX855
    • Full hardware acceleration of H.264, MPEG-2 and WMV9
    • Maximum power consumption (TDP max) of 2.3 watts.
  • VIA VX900
    • Similar to VX855, but more expansion options
  • VIA VN1000
  • VIA VX11/H
    • First VIA chipset built on 40 nm CMOS process
    • TDP max: 5.8 W
    • DDR3 1333 SDRAM memory with maximum memory capacity of 16GB
    • Integrated ChromotionTM 5.0 DX11 2D/3D graphics & video processor
    • 32 DirectX 11, OpenGL 3.2 .
    • Acceleration of Blu-ray, MPEG-2, WMV-HD, VC-1 and H.264
    • A card reader interface with support for MMC, MS Pro HG, and SDHC/SDXC

Southbridge chips[edit]

Part Number PATA SATA RAID NB Interconnect PCI PCI-e USB Audio Modem Ethernet Integrated Super I/O
VT82C586A 4 ATA33 No No PCI No No
VT82C586B 4 ATA33 No No PCI 1.1 No No
VT82C596A 4 ATA33 No No PCI 1.1 No No
VT82C596B 4 ATA66 No No PCI 1.1 No No
VT82C686A[7] 4 ATA66 No No PCI 4 1.1 AC'97 Yes No Yes
VT82C686B[11] 4 ATA100 No No PCI 4 1.1 AC'97 Yes No Yes
VT8231 4 ATA100 No No 4× V-Link 266 MB/s 6 1.1 AC'97 Yes No Yes
VT8233[12] 4 ATA100 No No 4× V-Link 266 MB/s 6 1.1 AC'97 Yes VIA 10/100 No
VT8233A[14] 4 ATA133 No No 4× V-Link 266 MB/s 6 1.1 AC'97 Yes VIA 10/100 No
VT8233C[14] 4 ATA100 No No 4× V-Link 266 MB/s 6 1.1 AC'97 Yes 3Com 10/100 No
VT8235[14] 4 ATA133 No No 8× V-Link 533 MB/s 6 2.0 AC'97 Yes VIA 10/100 No
VT8237(R+)[16] 4 ATA133 2 SATA-150, SATALite* (SATA) RAID 0, 1, 0+1* & JBOD 8× V-Link 533 MB/s 8 2.0 AC'97 Yes VIA 10/100 No
VT8237A[56] 4 ATA133 2 SATA-150, SATALite* (SATA) RAID 0, 1, 0+1* & JBOD 8× V-Link 533 MB/s 8 2.0 HD Audio Yes VIA 10/100 No
VT8237S* 4 ATA133 2 SATA-II, SATALite* (SATA) RAID 0, 1, 0+1* & JBOD 8× V-Link 533 MB/s 8 2.0 HD Audio Yes VIA 10/100 No
VT8251[57] 4 ATA133 4 SATA-II (SATA) RAID 0, 1, 0+1* & JBOD 8× V-Link 533 MB/s 7 ×1-2 8 2.0 HD Audio Yes VIA 10/100 No
VT8261[58] 2 ATA133 4 SATA-II No Ultra V-Link (1GB/s) 5 12 2.0 HD Audio Yes VIA 10/100/1000 No
Part Number PATA SATA RAID NB Interconnect PCI PCI-e USB Audio Modem Ethernet Integrated Super I/O
  • *SATALite interface allows for two additional SATA devices (4 total). It is required for RAID 0+1 on VT8237R Plus.
  • The SATA-II feature of VT8237S is limited to 300 MB/S Data Transfer Rate bearing no NCQ functionality.
  • Motherboards frequently had VIA companion chips for added functionality such as better audio (8 channel), more/faster USB (i.e. USB 2.0 for VT8233), or Gigabit Ethernet.

Hardware bugs[edit]

The KT133 chipset corrupted disc subsystems. Specifically, the 686B Southbridge had issues with Creative's SBLive! sound cards. A BIOS update was released by VIA to fix this issue, however it is not known if all motherboards with 686Bs had their BIOSes updated.[59][60][61][62] The KT266 contains a hardware bug which cause system instability when using the AGP slot at the specified max capacity of 4×. [14]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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