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If you still want to use your PC, I recommand formatting it!!! (it solves all kinds of problems!!!)
And if you have/find a Windows 7, I bet it will work pretty good! (maybe add some more RAM... but don't pay MUCH for it)

NO WAY! my brother has 7 installed on his pent 4, no way in hell they are 32 bit chips and are extremely slow on 7.
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I used one when i was in high school. It was on the stock heatsink and that thing sounded like a jet taking off even at idle lol. It wasn't mine so I didn't try modifying it, but the noise was unbearable. It also had a radeon AGP GPU which I can't quite remember the model name and 1 gb of ram. It died 3 years ago or so.
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I would be, had a power surge not fried my 775 sadsmiley.gif
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I don't even want to browse the web (the internet of today, not 2002) on a P4 system; a dual-core setup is such a superior solution for what is considered a rather mundane task.

I use Athlon XPs and Pentium 4s in Xubuntu computers... they run fine for Internet browsing and word processing.
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NO WAY! my brother has 7 installed on his pent 4, no way in hell they are 32 bit chips and are extremely slow on 7.

Depends what P4 though.. A low end 2GHz one was really slow compared to a 3.2GHz one with HT. The HT models would be good at running Windows 7 for just word and emails and such provided that you had enough RAM 1GB+ (2GB would be better)
 
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Depends what P4 though.. A low end 2GHz one was really slow compared to a 3.2GHz one with HT. The HT models would be good at running Windows 7 for just word and emails and such provided that you had enough RAM 1GB+ (2GB would be better)
He has a Pentium 4 3.2Ghz HT enabled, with 2GB DDR2 Ram, it really is slow on that, its the 775 socket.
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He has a Pentium 4 3.2Ghz HT enabled, with 2GB DDR2 Ram, it really is slow on that, its the 775 socket.

I once had a 2.8GHz P4 with 7 + 1GB of RAM.. It was fine once it was booted rolleyes.gif
 
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It's because you have a higher clocked pentium 4 with HT and 2GB of RAM. Windows 7 runs great on 2GB and it handles HT a lot better then Windows XP does. wink.gif
All in all a nice PC though, it wouldn't have been cheap back in the day smile.gif
EDIT: Oh and a moderate graphics card just to run aero tongue.gif
Haha, yeah! This baby's my pride! wink.gif

Don't worry about the price, haha, to let you down, it didn't come shipped like that. Initially it was a Celeron D, 2.4GHz (not dual-core), 256MB RAM and integrated Intel 845GV Graphics. It set me back £300. I upgraded to what you see now in 2008 (a little late to the show I guess; but this way I didn't have to upgrade the whole motherboard and was cheap). wink.gif

I totally agree with you that Windows 7 handles HT better; I actually think Windows 7 runs faster than XP; where all the scheduler tasks are run in the background, I don't even notice them. Haha, and a moderate graphics card? This GPU is amazing, haha! All my specs. are the best my motherboard can take; I can't add more RAM, or a better GPU either. ASRock P4i45GV R5.0, check the CPU/GPU support list if you have time to kill, haha. tongue.gif

If you have Windows 7, you need Aero! Haha, when I upgraded I wanted a better experience, and I love Windows 7. If it wasn't for the Aero, I think Windows 7 would have been a little dull. frown.gif Just my opinion, and thanks for your response! I checked your HAF computer out, haha, I bet you're laughing at us with your i5 and 16GB DDR3 RAM, haha. It makes me feel old that I'm using a P4, but I'm actually 18. wink.gif

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Depends what P4 though.. A low end 2GHz one was really slow compared to a 3.2GHz one with HT. The HT models would be good at running Windows 7 for just word and emails and such provided that you had enough RAM 1GB+ (2GB would be better)
Indeed, I totally agree with you once again. But, I disagree with this: "The HT models would be good at running Windows 7 for just word and emails". I wouldn't say it's just for word/emails. Like you saw my specs on the last page (for anyone else who missed my specs: http://cdn.overclock.net/b/b0/b0b8cbdd_specs.jpeg), I'm web browsing, document editing, and playing games too! Granted they're not at full frames though, but any other games made for P4, I'll be able to run easily; better than XP. I'm playing games (only two actually, haha) which require Pentium 4 at minimum, and Core 2 Duos at recommended (of course though, I've set all the game graphics to the utmost minimum, all at lowest).

The main games I play are Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box, and Modern Warefare 2.
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Burnout Paradise runs perfectly fine and playable at around 18-24 fps, a little low I know haha, but certain areas of the game loads faster than others. Modern Warefare 2 is seriously slow though (EDIT: I'm actually running this current map on CoD:MW2 at 26fps at the moment; yeah, it's open in the background, I'm going to close my browser now though), but at minimum requires Pentium D (I mixed this up, and thought it was P4, haha, I must have read it wrong, or I'm just dumb frown.gif) Rainbow Six loads perfectly fine, makes me feel as if I'm running a Core 2 Duo, or something, haha. That's only since that games required Pentium 4 with HT at recommend specs.

Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box specifications (from back of the case):
Minimum: Pentium 4 at 2.8GHz, 1GB, NVIDIA GeForce 6800
Recommended: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.66GHz, 2GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce 8800

Modern Warefare 2:
Minimum (from Wikipedia): Intel Pentium D 3.0 GHz, 2 GB RAM, 512 MB Nvidia GeForce 9500GT or ATI Radeon 1900XT or better

So, erm.. not bad, huh? Haha. Surprised? tongue.gif
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He has a Pentium 4 3.2Ghz HT enabled, with 2GB DDR2 Ram, it really is slow on that, its the 775 socket.
I don't understand why, look at my reply above this quote. I'm using a P4, with 2GB DDR RAM (not DDR2) and I'm blazing on P4 + W7 (on Socket 478, earlier/older than 775). Playing games too, although I mainly use it for work.
Edited by Obnoxious - 10/20/12 at 1:47pm
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Depends what P4 though.. A low end 2GHz one was really slow compared to a 3.2GHz one with HT. The HT models would be good at running Windows 7 for just word and emails and such provided that you had enough RAM 1GB+ (2GB would be better)

I wouldn't run Windows 7 on such old hardware except for the laughs (like Win 7 on 64MB RAM). IMO it's safer to go with a light Linux distro like Lubuntu, Xubuntu, or Mint.
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Haha, yeah! This baby's my pride! wink.gif
Don't worry about the price, haha, to let you down, it didn't come shipped like that. Initially it was a Celeron D, 2.4GHz (not dual-core), 256MB RAM and integrated Intel 845GV Graphics. It set me back £300. I upgraded to what you see now in 2008 (a little late to the show I guess; but this way I didn't have to upgrade the whole motherboard and was cheap). wink.gif
I totally agree with you that Windows 7 handles HT better; I actually think Windows 7 runs faster than XP; where all the scheduler tasks are run in the background, I don't even notice them. Haha, and a moderate graphics card? This GPU is amazing, haha! All my specs. are the best my motherboard can take; I can't add more RAM, or a better GPU either. ASRock P4i45GV R5.0, check the CPU/GPU support list if you have time to kill, haha. tongue.gif
If you have Windows 7, you need Aero! Haha, when I upgraded I wanted a better experience, and I love Windows 7. If it wasn't for the Aero, I think Windows 7 would have been a little dull. frown.gif Just my opinion, and thanks for your response! I checked your HAF computer out, haha, I bet you're laughing at us with your i5 and 16GB DDR3 RAM, haha. It makes me feel old that I'm using a P4, but I'm actually 18. wink.gif
Indeed, I totally agree with you once again. But, I disagree with this: "The HT models would be good at running Windows 7 for just word and emails". I wouldn't say it's just for word/emails. Like you saw my specs on the last page (for anyone else who missed my specs: http://cdn.overclock.net/b/b0/b0b8cbdd_specs.jpeg), I'm web browsing, document editing, and playing games too! Granted they're not at full frames though, but any other games made for P4, I'll be able to run easily; better than XP. I'm playing games (only two actually, haha) which require Pentium 4 at minimum, and Core 2 Duos at recommended (of course though, I've set all the game graphics to the utmost minimum, all at lowest).
The main games I play are Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box, and Modern Warefare 2.
Games Screen Shot
Burnout Paradise runs perfectly fine and playable at around 18-24 fps, a little low I know haha, but certain areas of the game loads faster than others. Modern Warefare 2 is seriously slow though (EDIT: I'm actually running this current map on CoD:MW2 at 26fps at the moment; yeah, it's open in the background, I'm going to close my browser now though), but at minimum requires Pentium D (I mixed this up, and thought it was P4, haha, I must have read it wrong, or I'm just dumb frown.gif) Rainbow Six loads perfectly fine, makes me feel as if I'm running a Core 2 Duo, or something, haha. That's only since that games required Pentium 4 with HT at recommend specs.
Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box specifications (from back of the case):
Minimum: Pentium 4 at 2.8GHz, 1GB, NVIDIA GeForce 6800
Recommended: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.66GHz, 2GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce 8800
Modern Warefare 2:
Minimum (from Wikipedia): Intel Pentium D 3.0 GHz, 2 GB RAM, 512 MB Nvidia GeForce 9500GT or ATI Radeon 1900XT or better
So, erm.. not bad, huh? Haha. Surprised? tongue.gif
I don't understand why, look at my reply above this quote. I'm using a P4, with 2GB DDR RAM (not DDR2) and I'm blazing on P4 + W7 (on Socket 478, earlier/older than 775). Playing games too, although I mainly use it for work.

That is amazing that it still goes.. Have you ever thought of overclocking it if you can or was it an OEM PC?
The 16GB of RAM is overkill, it never goes past 50% even when I'm trying to with programs.. The only way I can make it go above 40% even is if I run Prime/IBT etc.

Yeah, I assumed the card was fairly bad as I'm not good with older graphics cards. Back in the day I never had an actual card like that it was always integrated on the board... The first card I ever had was a 9500GT. Anyway yeah, like I've been saying maybe you should overclock your CPU + GPU? Seeing as your FPS are so low a small increase might mean a noticeable increase in game performance.
Indie games should be good for your PC maybe? WAW would be good if you want a game to play online because of Zombies, NFS Carbon might run.. Most wanted should and underground 2 will. GTA SA will run great, especially with 2GB of RAM and it was made for P4's and Core 2 Duos. It actually runs better on a Core 2 Duo then what it does my PC..
You know what would be funny? That with an SSD.. With an add in PCI card of course. You can also get adapters for a socket 478 to a socket 775 board if you're that keen tongue.gif

P.S I'm 18 too.. It's a long story to hear about how I got my PC.
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I wouldn't run Windows 7 on such old hardware except for the laughs (like Win 7 on 64MB RAM). IMO it's safer to go with a light Linux distro like Lubuntu, Xubuntu, or Mint.

Yeah.. But most people (Anyone I'd be giving/selling the PC to) can't/don't know how to use anything other then Windows. rolleyes.gif
So if I'm selling an older PC I make sure it's up to it by adding more RAM, of course you cant expect miracles but usually a P4 with HT runs it good with at least 1GB of RAM and a regular high clocked P4 is alright and barely ok for general stuff.
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