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sturmpie

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Hi Friends,

I had a foxxcon system with amd single core 1.9ghz xp64,512 ddr memory, soundcard creative audigy2 soundblaster and agp radeon HD46501gb. I bought some wrong memory and tried it but it burned. Psu is damaged, dvd kaput, its not working anymore.
I bought a used system Dell optiplex gx280 sff with a 2.8 p4 cpu. I bought a 3.4 p4 extra together with a big cooler and upgraded ram up to 2gb. I would like to build my own system. With agp and p4 3.4ghz cpu.

I would be delighted to receive information about the best suitable motherboard supporting agp and p4 3.4ghz.
My younger brother allready build his system but he got married hahaha :D)

I think it is awesome to find and put all components in order making a system. Yes I do gaming and am in love with C&C Red Alert 2 so my goal is to build a big far up to date agp system for allround use.

Am also starting to make music with magix music maker besides playing live drums on record to try and make music some time.
Ok, to cut things short, life is awesome with quad core processors ;o)

Edited by sturmpie, 08 April 2011 - 02:18 PM.

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http://www.asrock.co...75Dual-VSTA&s=;
http://www.lcs-autom...rticle&aid=2238
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Hi sturmpie :D
Just a FYI it would have been more appropriate posting your topic at http://www.geekstogo...-and-upgrading/
The MB you have provided the link to is the socket 775 type, can you confirm that this is the type of P4 CPU that you have! See the attached link for a comprehensive list of P4 CPUs and the varying socket types that each is compatible with http://en.wikipedia....microprocessors we would not want to suggest an incompatible MB.
One bit of advice I would suggest is to try and obtain a MB that is capable of supporting at least 4GB of Ram, this will give you a wider choice of what OS you can install + give you better overall performance.
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Pentium 4 HT 550 SL7J8, SL7KM 3.40 GHz 1024 KB 800 MT/s 17× 1.25/1.4 V 115 W LGA 775 June 21, 2004 JM80547PG0961M

it is the SL7J8, so it has to match the LGA775 MB. Okay, now i am on track. I thank you all and have fun.

( I will start new topic there ;o)

Edited by sturmpie, 10 April 2011 - 09:00 AM.

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Ok sturmpie, please request for this topic to be closed and we will continue at
http://www.geekstogo...t-775-with-agp/
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