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Need Advice On Buying A Decent P4/mobo Comobo
Am using it to run my 2.4C at 3.3GHz. #4 DeviousTrap, Jul 20, 2003 Guest For mobo cpu i would have to say p4c(any speed really) and a Abit IC7.... May 12, 2011 Ed What motherboard did gateway use in their SX2840-0? There are so many features on a MB that should be considered even if you already bought a processor first. PlanetSide Universe > General Forums > Tech Forum > Ok, I need to know - your advice/help required PDA View Full Version : Ok, I need to know - your advice/help check here
The most common motherboard size is Intel's Advanced Technology Extended (ATX) and its derivatives. Nest vs. Believe it or not, fixing both problems can cost just dollars and the... I’ve spent many hours fiddling with getting the Intel HSF snugly fitted to the board because I refuse to detach my motherboard every time I decide to work on the fan.
i already have an extra video card so i dont need to have one that has video onboard (not sure if that's even an option); i dont think i need raid The friendly name is easier to remember while the technical name will tell you about the socket. a 400/800? If you accidentally apply it to your hands and then touch the motherboard, you may cause a fatal short.
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Thanks BLuE_ZeRO2003-01-27, 01:32 AMYou shouldn't have too many problems. Motherboards are the central nervous system of your computer. Advertisement Step one, get the socket type: There’s a variety of CPU sockets out there. How to change BIOS .bin file default settings Help Please What is the best OC mainbord???
Don’t apply too much thermal paste. Get the answer AnonymousJul 15, 2005, 1:02 AM Archived from groups: alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt (More info?)"samirgk" wrote in message news:[email protected]> Folks,>> I need buying advice for a P4 (not interested in AMD Push any one push-pin through the hole in the motherboard until a clicking sound is heard. biostar P4SXQ Anyone have the new Leadtek nforce 2?
If you have a LGA775 socket CPU, it will require either an LGA775 compatible Intel heat-sink/fan combo, or a complicated “universal” after-market HSF. Join over 733,556 other people just like you! URGENT!! The one I have now has a conductive layer of twice the thickness of a standard board.
If you buy a socket with no processor support, it isn't going to do you much good. pop over to these guys heat-sink/fan combos will not fit if they exceed this distance. The first thing you will need to decide is which processor you want and then you can decide further on which socket you need. You may want to wiggle the pin from side-to-side, first, before doing so.
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- Buy a new PC (but seeing as your current specs are not too shabby it is probably unnecessary and will cost you more than a motherboard).3.
May 11, 2011 ProstheticHead @Mike, "That’s a pretty sturdy looking mobo in the first picture." I like that, you're a legend lol. You picked a good powersupply as well. oh, also, i'm not into overclocking so i dont need to get anything that needs/enables overclocking what 's a reasonable price do u think i should get for that kind of http://newsmdcommunications.com/need-advice/need-advice-on-a-hjt-log.html Accidentally flashed wrong mobo BIOS...
Civilian2003-01-27, 06:55 PMMonarch, looks like the place to go for the combo since they offer just about every board-processor combo I can think of, including the D845PEBT2. ;) http://www.monarchcomputer.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=M&Product_Code=INTELP4-478&Category_Code=INTELC Looks great! The IBM heatsink goes quite easy, but the real Intel heatsink is real nigthmare :( I damaged 2 fan covers on P4 heatsinks). Other manufacturers use thermal pads, which as the name suggests, insulate rather than conduct.
Over time the compound is cooked by the CPU heat to the point where it resembles fired clay. Intel officially states they use a high quality (one of the best) TIM manufactured by Dow-Corning. Fortunately, many aftermarket Intel HSF use push-pins that actually work. Intel and AMD both have their own series of processors and sockets that are compatible with only their chips.
To do so, take a microfiber cloth or coffee filter, and apply a tiny amount of thermal paste to each surface and rub until it feels smooth. Thanx. AGP/PCI Freqs. my response need some help Abit AN7??????
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