I Need Help With A P4 System
Browse other questions tagged memory hardware-rec intel-pentium or ask your own question. Sammy: 2x Intel LV Xeon's 1.66ghz, Intel SE7520BB2, 4gb Reg Ecc DDR2-667, 80gb 7200.9 OS, 5x320gb 7200.10 Raid 5 storage. Always remember to pillage BEFORE you burn. Polite way to say "I don't care"/"Das ist mir egal"? http://custsolutions.net/i-need/i-need-help-cleaning-system-hijackthis-log-below.php
Join Date: May 2002 Location: NW Ohio Posts: 3,408 ^^ Check that bad boy out for $548 or we could throw a xp 2500 in there and make it $561 __________________ Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 15 of 27 Thread: May be building a P4 system. Last week I bought a refirbed HP printer through Walmart. Ohh yeah, check out the price of the hard drive! $64 for a 40gb.
Find More Posts by Nettik 11-30-2006, 07:19 PM #14 Synthohol U.S.S. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Long ago I maxed out my old 3.2 GHz P4 based system with 4 GB of DDR2 RAM (although only 3 GB is used by XP) and it runs very well. Windows 8 setup runs a compatibility checker the first time it's activated.
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- As far as the I850 chipset it's the Rambus requiring one, The I845D is the DDR version.
- Consider getting your head checked if you really think an Intel system is the best choice.
- As for installing the RDRam, it depends on how many modules your going to get.
- Always remember to pillage BEFORE you burn. [This message has been edited by Scuttle (edited January 23, 2002).] Reply With Quote 01-23-2002,05:56 PM #10 gotmonopoly?
- from all of the benchmarks I've seen RD provides a large performance increase so I personally think it is worth the investment.
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Home Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Your name or email address: Password: Forgot your password? Find More Posts by NorthernYankee 08-19-2003, 06:25 PM #11 mdzcpa Retired Join Date: May 2002 Location: Detroit, MI Posts: 3,826 I'd definitely stick with an NF2 board with Try looking for a 1.8A S478 they're showing up in some places if not then just get the 1.8, I can't help you much with that motherboard choice as I haven't When I built it in 2005 I was on a budget.
And being that this is not an enthusiast system I think it will fit her needs well. --NY __________________ System1:Abit [email protected] 167FSB, P4 2.4b @ 3017mhz, Samsung DDR333 @ 210 mhz, Thanks, again Calvin7, the old gal is back up and running fast and smooth. So if you are out of RAM often, then more RAM is the first thing you should upgrade on your machine (or try using programs that use less RAM). The Abit IC7-G is a motherboard built by a defunct company, and it was already running the last available BIOS update.
Join Date: May 2002 Location: NW Ohio Posts: 3,408 Something kinda like this AMD XP2500 $88 Soltek mobo GF4, LAN, Sound $96 40GB WD $64 52X Artec $36 Floppy $8 Keyboard But I built this machine when I was younger and more prone to admire tacky garishness. As for the chip, I'd get either a 1.8 or 1.9 depending on your budget. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above.
I sighed, rebooted the system into the Intel RAID BIOS and deleted the RAID array. Boilermaker class of 2008 Reply With Quote 01-23-2002,04:06 PM #5 Mr. How to negotiate salary with an extremely unprofessional in-house recruiter? P4 Connector solved Upgrading gaming rig from 2500k to 7600k and need mobo help please Can't find your answer ?
Reply With Quote 01-23-2002,06:27 PM #12 sapasion View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Folding Team Member Join Date Sep 2000 Location [email protected] Posts 15,177 Scuttle don't forget the PSU. Hope this helps! Thread Tools Display Modes 08-19-2003, 12:19 AM #1 WesM63 Testing Conroe E6600! http://custsolutions.net/i-need/i-need-some-expert-advice-b4-i-dump-my-system-and-start-over.php In the other 2 slots (if your only using 2 modules), use continuity modules in them (their like fake ram).
Find More Posts by NorthernYankee 08-19-2003, 02:18 PM #7 WesM63 Testing Conroe E6600! And while Windows 8 may not be a big memory hog, modern applications often are. RDram must be installed in pairs of the same size and speed (preferably from the same company too, since each company may set the timings differently).
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Now that that's taken care of... If you're running hardware that's more current—perhaps a Core 2 Quad—Windows 8 is certainly a viable path. That is: part of the Memory is written and read from hard disk. WesM63 View Public Profile Visit WesM63's homepage!
which is several generations newer than the 875P used in the Abit board. I read something in a magazine that if i use RDRam then i need to get sticks to fill in the other slots otherwise it won't work. current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Cheers ------------------ CJ Forums My specs at AnandTech 1.
Neo View Public Profile Find More Posts by Neo 08-19-2003, 12:50 PM #4 Player0 I need a vacation. As for the chip, I'd get either a 1.8 or 1.9 depending on your budget. Slap #1 Slap, Sep 18, 2001 Loading... Still, I learned some things from this crazy little project: An in-place upgrade of Windows 8 over Windows XP isn't really an upgrade.
Last edited by WesM63 : 08-19-2003 at 02:36 PM. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? For Windows 8 to work, the system must support data execution protection, and DEP must be enabled. Get the answer Best answer Calvin7Mar 29, 2014, 12:02 AM Asus Motherboard P4P800 Deluxehttp://www.ebay.com/bhp/asus-motherboard-p4p800-deluxe roy616Mar 29, 2014, 3:28 PM Calvin7 said: Asus Motherboard P4P800 Deluxehttp://www.ebay.com/bhp/asus-motherboard-p4p800-deluxe Just what I was looking for.
Advanced Search Forum General Hardware/Software General Hardware May be building a P4 system. These weren't due to a hardware incompatibility, but to a bug in which a Microsoft service would crash repeatedly. Sammy: 2x Intel LV Xeon's 1.66ghz, Intel SE7520BB2, 4gb Reg Ecc DDR2-667, 80gb 7200.9 OS, 5x320gb 7200.10 Raid 5 storage. Reply With Quote 01-23-2002,07:13 PM #15 Network_Guy View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Expensive Sushi Join Date Dec 2001 Location Los Angeles, CA, US Posts 15 What should you get?
What do i need? But you can reuse the SSD and the WD HDD, if the DVD is the SATA format then you can reuse it too.