Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] SMP motherboards?
From: D R Holsbeck (drh_AT_niptron.com)
Date: Mon Dec 09 2002 - 15:14:22 EET
I would stay away from the via chipset boards, I have one (Tyan Tiger
Via Pro KT133 I think) and it sucks. You might be able to find a cheap
Intel Server works board these days. They seem to be the more stable
On Mon, 2002-12-09 at 01:22, R Parker wrote:
> I've done some research but not on the intel systems.
> I looked at AMD stuff. The only thing I can suggest is
> to look at the overclocking sites. Those cats seem to
> be on their game.
> --- Taybin Rutkin <trutkin_AT_physics.clarku.edu> wrote:
> > Does anyone have any recommendations for cheap SMP
> > motherboards?
> > Something that can handle a couple 667 PIIIs would
> > be ideal, but if the
> > total price including CPUs is <$300, I'll consider
> > it.
> > My motherboard seems to not work with SMP anymore
> > (freezing, restarting).
> > I'm pretty sure it isn't a kernel thing because I've
> > tried every version
> > between 2.4.17 and 2.4.20 and they all act the same.
> > It used to be rock
> > solid at 2.4.18.
> > Alternatively, I'd like the name of a good vendor of
> > motherboards.
> > Taybin
> > --
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