APOLLO PRO133T DRIVER
At this point we have more mature drivers than what was available back then. VIA chipsets should be avoided if possible. Interesting for supported memory. This site hosts no abandonware. But how well this works depends on the motherboard. I think most points have been made. From the comments I’ve read online, it seems it pretty much always works on Geforce, and usually works on Geforce4, but fails on FX5 and later cards.
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Most nVidia cards of the time period don’t seem to mind, but it’s something you have to think about in the card pdo133t. I’m really only using the thing because I don’t have an alternative at the same performance level. But if you want USB 2.
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This site hosts no abandonware. Return to General Old Hardware. My website with reviews, demos, drivers, tutorials and more At this point we have more mature drivers than what was available back then.
Via Apollo Pro disadvantage: There are some fixes for this problem but it seems inconclusive if the problems were totally cured. Your thoughts and opinions would be much appreciated. It is a mistake to think you can solve any major problems just with potatoes. Users browsing this forum: To some extent I think the chipsets improved, but also I think that over time, the problems with VIA had been identified and smoothed out in drivers.
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EPOX EP-3VSA2 Motherboard Socket VIA Apollo ProT
Now that I’m thinking about it I think I want a board. I think most points have been made.
The Via Apollo Pro also supports up to 1. I don’t know as much about ATI.
Some physical modifications will be needed for the tualatins, but it can be done. Then again, if you just had to go VIA then you’d be better off using an Intel chipset board. Usually can get around them with the last 4in1’s like 4.
VIA Apollo Pro 133T chipset motherboard based Award BIOS IDs
Even the newer boards though are known to not have the performance of the mighty BX. But how well this works depends on the motherboard. My Retro Gaming PC: Maxtor Fireball Plus 8 40g,rpm,2mb cache Os: This made me avoid VIA.
VIA chipsets should be avoided if possible. I don’t have proof but my impression has been that VIA gradually improved with later chips.
You might also want to check which of those boards have options to disable the caches, if you want to slow it way down for DOS games. Voodoo 3 16MB Sound: Interesting for supported memory. I can’t remember if I’ve ever used the though, so maybe it’s okay. Board index All times are UTC.
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