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Personally, I wouldn't bother on buying new parts for this. I'd just save up a bit more and pick up a used netbook or something.
I was just trying to have fun and make one(:
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I literally, meaning today, just decommisioned by Socket 462 Server. It was an Athlon 2900...or 3200 Can't remember.

Great for a file server.
    
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buy this one http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814161337 ((This build will be EPIC ))
     
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buy this one http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814161337 ((This build will be EPIC ))
    
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found this too but the first much better http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814125281
     
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lol that's awesome.
    
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I have a Compac SR1230NX, running the Aleut board, 2 GB PC3200 DDR Ram, Athlon XP 3200+, Asus 5200 video card.
You can find used ENERMAX EG series power supplies on epay, inexpensive with careful watching $20-30 (picked up an EG465 (450watt, for a 4350 video card, not installed yet)).
DDR RAM is usually cheaper in forum ads.
The XP-M are best, Athlon XP 3200+ very good.
Not really worth the cost of an operating system, fun to play with,
I've enjoyed collecting vintage coolers, Thermalright SLK 800 and SLK 900, Thermaltake Big Typhoon (too big for video card,lol), Cooler Master JET 7+ (looks like jet engine pod mounted horizontally on heat sink LEDs yet, really).
Need a better case than oem compaq (one 92mm rear fan!! mount only) for better video card.
Greatly enjoyed upgrading this computer but, day is past.
Enjoy anyway!!!
Edited by brasslad - 10/2/11 at 8:40am
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I remember I used to run a pin-modded & OCed XP-M 2600+ @ 2.7Ghz and an AGP 6800GT and it gave my 939 AMD 64 3000+ @ 2.8Ghz/6800GS a run for the money.
Edited by The Pook - 10/2/11 at 8:47am
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Try to find yourself a 6600GT on eBay. They're great little cards you can pick up pretty cheap nowadays. As for the PSU any quality unit will do. You can connect a 24-pin power connector to a 20-pin motherboard slot without problem. A good ~300W unit will work fine.

And your board is pretty good - It can support processors up to a 400MHz FSB, so for about $20 you can pick up an Athlon XP 3200+ an eBay as well. The VIA chipset may not overclock as well nForce2 boards, but you'll have some fun with it no doubt.

It supports up to 2GB's of DDR333, but DDR400 should work on there as well.

Athlon XP's were fun little processors. You're on par (if not a little faster) than P4's of that era.
Edited by .Andres - 10/2/11 at 9:27am
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BTW, you won't get too far with the board you have. Noted it has the VIA chipset and while it's reliable, it won't OC very well.
Sempron chips in Socket A are not as good as either the Barton or Thoroughbred chips, Barton cores being the best, esp the XP-M variants.
Normally a XP-2500 desktop chip is good to find and many boards for Socket A support it no prob. For the Thoroughbred chips, the XP-2400 is good since it's not too hard to find, cheap to get and performs well but remember it's not a Barton core so don't expect it to act like one. The overall preferred chip is of course the XP-M and most any based on a Barton core will do nicely, only problem is some boards will not support them properly or at all.
I'd only go with a Sempron chip of any kind if I could not find anything else except a Duron - Stay away from those since those chips are extremely old and slow compared to all the rest.
The Sempron 3300+ is exactly the same as the 3200+ Barton.
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Athlon XP's were fun little processors. You're on par (if not a little faster) than P4's of that era.
The 462's are not a little faster, they're a LOT faster than a P4.

Much mis-information in this thread. I suggest you visit Classicplatforms.com where they specialize in the older platforms.
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