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This may seem a bit noob, but I want to know If I can &/or should or shouldn't update my chipset? Asus or Intel download? Does it matter?
(i925xe) chipset on Asus motherboard P5AD2-E premium. Thanks
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Pshh, u been lisening to intel propaganda?
Unless your planning to get the new presler dual core processor, no, no real reason there. Yes, you might squeeze a few more MHz out of that processor, but it's nothing to get your underwear tangled up about. If your planning on upgrading, u may have a buyer here
    
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Good Deal I'm just looking at all my bases. If there isn't alot there I'm a firm believer in the old adage (if it aint, DONT)

What do you think about the em64T series for an upgrade?
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Originally Posted by Oknilp
Good Deal I'm just looking at all my bases. If there isn't alot there I'm a firm believer in the old adage (if it aint, DONT)

What do you think about the em64T series for an upgrade?
The extra cache is a BIG upgrade, plus the 6xx series processors are a very good price, and all usually oc over 4GHz on decent cooling. Yea, heck i would say go for it Plus it will give a few extra WU for our team
    
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I wanted that em64T for ever but I couldn't wait a couple months so here I am stuck with an old outdated dinasour of a pwerter, oh well theres only 1 thing to do - get out the bankcard....

good hear'n from ya check out our Mhz Masters thread more... I have needs....hehe (Go Mhz Masters)

later...
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Originally Posted by wowza
The extra cache is a BIG upgrade, plus the 6xx series processors are a very good price, and all usually oc over 4GHz on decent cooling. Yea, heck i would say go for it Plus it will give a few extra WU for our team
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I wrote back and hit send/submit but my browser redirected so I dont know if you got my reply? Been doing it all night. I wrote the admin. So if you get several replies you'll know why. sorry for the time its taken if this is first to grt to ya.

Anyways I willing to entertain the thought very much. Send me the spec sheet on that CPU so I can make an informed nod. Thanks. WOW I'm alittle excited.

My 3.4 runs 14/17 multipliers and is a off the top of my head a (DO - B2 stepping) run to OC of 3.91x stable stock cooling never over 65'c Load=62'c max 50'cmin Run cooler depending on room temp. I use a Super Lanboy Case so its had good air flow. Never a problem.

Lets give it 1-3 days to consider and if I do It would be good to work with me on the extraction process of the cpu. I do have the Intel pics/pdf/and movie on R/R of an 775 socket i don't do them everyday however. Good deal Let know the specs so I take this one out. ??????????????? hope I like it if I trade. Most everyone on OC.net that has the 6xx series has good reps on it dont they?
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Are these you specs I'm getting tired so we may be doing more later please don't trade with anyone else I am very interested I'm beat, long tough day for me. Thanks Wowsa appreciate ya!

Results

sSpec Number
SL7Z8
Processor Frequency
3.20 GHz CPUID String
0F43h
Package Type
775 pin Core Voltage
1.25V-1.388V
Bus Speed
800 MHz Thermal Guideline
84.0W
Core Stepping
N0 Thermal Spec
67.7°C
L2 Cache Size
2 MB Manufacturing Technology
90 nm
L2 Cache Speed
3.20 GHz Bus/Core Ratio
16
Spec Update
http://developer.intel.com/design/Pe...umentation.htm
Product Order Codes

Box Order Code
BX80547PG3200F
OEM Order Code
JM80547PG0882MM

Notes

This is an Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor 640.

This is a boxed processor with an unattached fan heatsink.

This processor includes Hyper-Threading Technology.

Platform Compatibility Guide for this processor is 04A.

This processor supports Intel® Extended Memory 64 Technology (EM64T).

These parts support Execute Disable Bit Feature (NX).

This processor comes with both an ATX and BTX thermal solution. The ATX product code is BX80547PG3200F and the BTX product code is BX80547PG3200FT.

These processors support the 775_VR_CONFIG_04A (mainstream) specifications.

This processor uses a physical signaling scheme of quad pumping the data transfers over a 200-MHz clock buffering scheme allowing for sustained 800-MHz data transfers.



Talk soon,
Oknilp.
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