On Feb 10, 2004, at 11:13 AM, Charles Swiger wrote:

On Feb 10, 2004, at 12:58 PM, Chad Leigh -- Shire.Net LLC wrote:
Just a note: If you want ECC with an AMD Athlon (not AMD64), you need to buy a dual board anyway, since I don't know of anyone who makes a board with a chipset that supports ECC that isn't a dual.

Hi, Chad--

I've got a Shuttle AK31v3 motherboard which does registered+ECC memory, which is a single-proc motherboard:

System Mainboard
Manufacturer : HOLCO (Shuttle)
MP Support : No
Model : VT8366-8233
BIOS ID : 04/17/2002-VT8366-8233-6A6LVH2CC-00
Chipset : VIA KT266/A Chipset

Hmm, that must have been a KT266A (versus KT266) feature.

Anyone know of any current AMD Athlon motherboards with chipsets that support ECC that are not dual MB? The KT266A is an older chipset.

The AMD 760 series of chipsets support ECC but you only find these in dual motherboards usually. I have the Gigabyte dual and it seems to work great with the Gentoo Linux installed on it (needed it for some specialized Java stuff) and I also have some Tyan Tiger MP (not MPX) and they run great with FreeBSD.


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