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now that Intel has come out with the triton3 (VX) chipset are most of the bugs between the MBs plugandplay and windows 95 plugandplay conflicts fixed?
and what are the advantages of triton3(VX) vs triton 2?
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It appears the conflicts are greatly reduced..We've install a dozen this week alone, and there have been -0- problems.
The difference is the chip set.. in short, VX, HX, FX denote the chip set..
Triton 3 is the newest model board out, and with things changing as they are, try to stay with the Triton 3 boards
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