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Gigabyte P4 Titan 8PENXP + P4

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Gigabyte P4 Titan 8PENXP (I think, it says socket mp478b)
Pentium 4, on the chip it says 3.00
Gigabyte FX5500 AGP graphics
2 sticks of ram that have no info on them.

I found this baby for free!, physically it looks fine, I see 3-4 bad capacitors accross the board, but I have seen worse working. The only thing missing is a PSU.
My questions are:
Are there any dangers to my PSU (Corsair 650HX) if I try to power this pos?
Do I need a standard psu for this thing, and if so what wattage?
What can this baby do (can it even run xp?) (htpc?) assuming I get it working.
Should I just through it in the garage with the rest of my crap?
Anyone have a manual for the mobo?
    
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel i5 2500k Asus P8P67 Pro Nvidia 560 TI Corsair XMS3 @ 9/9/9/24 1600 1.5 
Hard DriveOSMonitorPower
Samsung F3 Windows 7 x64 Bit 2x 19" Samsung @ 1440x900 Corsair HX650 
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HAF 922 
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20 pin or 24 pin?

Cause I'm pretty sure it wont power on if it's missing that one pin. like 5v or something, I cant remember, but when I try to use a modern PSU with my PIII rig it wouldn't power on.


I could be completely wrong though since PIII and P4 are different haha. And the P4 needs the 4pin connector too.

Edited by The Master Chief - 5/15/11 at 9:26am
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Originally Posted by The Master Chief View Post
20 pin or 24 pin?
20 pin, I think my psu has the option to take off 4 of the pins though.
Trying to find a manual for this mobo, because the pin headers aren't labled well, and there are a bunch of headers I have no idea what they are for, and I cannot find the 12v plug.
    
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel i5 2500k Asus P8P67 Pro Nvidia 560 TI Corsair XMS3 @ 9/9/9/24 1600 1.5 
Hard DriveOSMonitorPower
Samsung F3 Windows 7 x64 Bit 2x 19" Samsung @ 1440x900 Corsair HX650 
Case
HAF 922 
  hide details  
Reply
    
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel i5 2500k Asus P8P67 Pro Nvidia 560 TI Corsair XMS3 @ 9/9/9/24 1600 1.5 
Hard DriveOSMonitorPower
Samsung F3 Windows 7 x64 Bit 2x 19" Samsung @ 1440x900 Corsair HX650 
Case
HAF 922 
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Originally Posted by Omega329 View Post
20 pin, I think my psu has the option to take off 4 of the pins though.
Trying to find a manual for this mobo, because the pin headers aren't labled well, and there are a bunch of headers I have no idea what they are for, and I cannot find the 12v plug.


Well fitting isn't what I was talking about.
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Unless you really have a purpose I would just say leave the thing alone. No point in bringing back the dead
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