Both my Omega and my IYONIX have the very same ALi M1535+ southbridge inside. ALi says that the M1535+ only supports ATA100.
There are, however, M1535D+ southbridges where the very latest revision apparently supports ATA133. However, neither my Omega nor my IYONIX have one.
Anyway, it is a non-issue. ATA100 and ATA133 are very similar in their performance characteristics, the differences are usually not detectable. And many modern drives only support ATA100 anyway - Hitachi/IBM, Seagate and WD. ATA133 seems to be a Maxtor thing. I guess we will see Serial ATA taking over instead of ATA133 getting a standard thing.
NetSurf's Iconv component updated Version 0.10 of the character set conversion utility is available for download and future builds of NetSurf, which is among various applications that use it, will require this new release. This new release fixes a few problems found in the 0.09 version, including the *iconv command handling.
1 comment, latest by tlsa on 10/12/08 10:23AM. Published: 10 Dec 2008