VIA VT6655 series Driver
VIA Series Driver Support: Recommended for end-customers. Includes download options for driver-only and driver-with VIA software. VIA VT and VT linux driver User's Guide 1. Release Note . VNTGUV00, VNTG6A10 and VNTG 6A40 series models. Vendor: VIA Technologies, Inc. / Notes: drivers / Chip Description: PCI-Cardbus Wireless LAN Adapter / Chip Number: VT VIA Technologies, Inc. Device ID, Device Name, VT Series Firewire Controller. More, Vendor Device.
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VIA VT6655 series Driver
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After all, at VIA VT6655 series time it was well known that Intel and the rest of the computer industry would quickly be moving towards PCI Express capable platforms. Sales of PT based motherboards were few and far between as a result. A rate which is more than enough for high bandwidth VIA VT6655 series devices.
When VIA VT6655 series last looked at VIA's PT reference motherboard in January we were pretty impressed by what we saw, but couldn't help thinking that the chipset was doomed to falter. After all, at the time it was well known that Intel and the rest of the computer industry would quickly be moving towards PCI Express capable platforms.
Sales of PT based motherboards were few and far between as a result.