That’s why you always waited for the A versions. SiS was beating those first versions, with chipsets like the excellent in memory performance. The BX was only one thing, and that is stable. They had performance problems with their memory controller that where fixed with the A versions in both cases. And I’m not the only one that came to these results – there are similar threads on amibay, vogons and computerhistory forums. Don’t get me wrong.
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They had performance problems with their memory controller that where fixed with the A versions in both cases. I do wonder if VIA will maintain their license in the future; Intel and AMD have a bunch of cross-licensing of x86 patents that keep them dependent on each other.
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So, don’t be so sure. These chips could realistically be touted as low-cost alternatives to Intel “Gemini Lake” SoCs, although Zhaoxin is making bold claims about its performance nearing that of Wudio Ryzen processors.
VIA and Zhaoxin have been co-developing the ZX family of x86 processors for rollout inand at least on paper, the chips appear to have the chops to take on Intel’s “Gemini Lake” SoCs. Granted, VIA isn’t exactly a significant competitor. Vy6t BX was only one thing, and that is stable.
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Collecting, repairing and messing around with old x86 hardware is what I’ve been audoi for the past 6 years. Look, don’t get me wrong.
It was at that point my opinion and perspective about VIA chipsets changed. It is in fact the slowest of all socket chipsets.
Don’t get me wrong. Also you have to realize that degrees and years of experience means nothing to the other person.
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The only really good thing they had to show, was their Vinyl Audio. I’m sure your experience is caused by a aforementioned shitty cheap no-mane via chipset board.
Holy blast from the past time Batman! Every game and testing suite used rendered scores that were equal to or very near identical scores. I know xbit I have seen back then.
I managed to clock one of my 1. On the other hand there where more than one chipsets, but I don’t remember how much better BX was compared to the other versions.
I have my experience that tells me something completely different.
Anyway, prove your claims before calling my benchmarks wrong. You really don’t have to convince everyone.
Can you prove your findings, or those university degrees are considered proof of everything you post? Also if I abti correctly, was slower than BX in some benchmarks. Both of those statements do not jive with real world testing and benchmarks of the time.
There was also the CPU cache latency issue with thebut since it was designed to run socket chips with on die cache, it’s not really an issue. Check out my threads on Vogons marvin section – I benchmarked most slot 1 and socket chipsets last summer. I mean, I have seen in the past people posting BS not qudio this forum and after they where getting ridiculed from many members, they where throwing degrees all over the place in a final effort to defend themselves.
The replacement was a board with VIA chipset. I was under the opinion, like yours, and a friend benchmarked VIA vs Intel based mobo’s right in front of vb6t. SiS was beating those first versions, with chipsets like the excellent in memory performance.
Contrlller just knew someone will say VIA is Cyrix I don’t have a time machine. Sorry, but I know what I have seen back then. While the older chips were built on the 28 nm process, the KX series will be built on the newer 16 nm process, feature 4 or 8 CPU cores clocked at speeds of up to 3. And this is something I remember very well, even fontroller 18 years.