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No, the Sound Blaster Audigy 4 still didn't arrive (probably held in Customs or something).

The news is I decided to buy the Gigabyte HD4650 1GB.

Sure, it's not the best AGP card you can get, but for a single core machine, it will probably not be the bottleneck.

I could buy the HD3850 new for about the same price, but it's a Sapphire with a smalll fan and small heatsink, which will probably make more noise, and does not employ such high quality components as the Gigabyte, which uses a larger fan, and uses Ultra Durable 2 components.

Adding to that, the HD4650 has more advanced video features, which will enable me to also use this system as a Media Center. That is also a thing to have in mind to make the purchase a rational one

I will have the card either tomorrow or on Monday. Will report later how the driver's installation went and with benchmarks!
 
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Originally Posted by tpi2007 View Post
No, the Sound Blaster Audigy 4 still didn't arrive (probably held in Customs or something).

The news is I decided to buy the Gigabyte HD4650 1GB.

Sure, it's not the best AGP card you can get, but for a single core machine, it will probably not be the bottleneck.

I could buy the HD3850 new for about the same price, but it's a Sapphire with a smalll fan and small heatsink, which will probably make more noise, and does not employ such high quality components as the Gigabyte, which uses a larger fan, and uses Ultra Durable 2 components.

Adding to that, the HD4650 has more advanced video features, which will enable me to also use this system as a Media Center. That is also a thing to have in mind to make the purchase a rational one

I will have the card either tomorrow or on Monday. Will report later how the driver's installation went and with benchmarks!
Looks like stuff's going nice for you Great. The soundblaster could hurry up, though. Will you be selling your x1950 or keeping it as a backup?

In other news, I went to my cousin's place this weekend and upgraded his PC a bit. During the process, however, a bios flash went bad and I ended up bricking it It's a p4xvad, a crappy mobo that only supports fsb533, has no cpu clock adjustment options and thus is, overall, a pos. It's a good thing I found a good deal over the net and got a new mobo the next day - an AsRock P4V88. It has a VIA chipset, so I'm guessing that ain't very good... But it still has 2 SATA ports, fsb800 support, can hold up to 4 gigs of dual-channel ram and even is RAID 0/1 ready. The things I didn't like were the following:
The only adjustable memory timing value is CAS.
There were only 2 options regarding voltages:
AGP Voltage (Normal/High)
DIMM Voltage (Normal/High)

And, of course, as old crappy AMI BIOSes tend to do, if you turn the HT or the dual channel option to OFF (default is auto, iirc), the entry completely disappears. The only way to turn those options back on is to do a cmos reset. PITA
Still, the deal was really good. Had to pay only like... $24 for it.
And here comes the best part: the seller threw in a 3.0GHz/FSB800/1M P4 Prescott as a bonus
Tried OCing it a bit, but with the limited amount of time I had, I couldn't tweak it to my heart's content. What I found peculiar was that the PC easily booted even when I raised the bus to 240MHz (3,6GHz effective), yet either Memtest86 or IBT errors persisted even down to 220MHz. Ended up leaving it at 215MHz (3225MHz effective) for the time being.
Now I have an extra mobo with a bricked BIOS and my old 2,4GHz/FSB400/128K netburst celly Yay~
Edited by Hyoketsu - 4/10/11 at 10:04am
     
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Looks like stuff's going nice for you Great. The soundblaster could hurry up, though. Will you be selling your x1950 or keeping it as a backup?

In other news, I went to my cousin's place this weekend and upgraded his PC a bit. During the process, however, a bios flash went bad and I ended up bricking it It's a p4xvad, a crappy mobo that only supports fsb533, has no cpu clock adjustment options and thus is, overall, a pos. It's a good thing I found a good deal over the net and got a new mobo the next day - an AsRock P4V88. It has a VIA chipset, so I'm guessing that ain't very good... But it still has 2 SATA ports, fsb800 support, can hold up to 4 gigs of dual-channel ram and even is RAID 0/1 ready. The things I didn't like were the following:
The only adjustable memory timing value is CAS.
There were only 2 options regarding voltages:
AGP Voltage (Normal/High)
DIMM Voltage (Normal/High)

And, of course, as old crappy AMI BIOSes tend to do, if you turn the HT or the dual channel option to OFF (default is auto, iirc), the entry completely disappears. The only way to turn those options back on is to do a cmos reset. PITA
Still, the deal was really good. Had to pay only like... $24 for it.
And here comes the best part: the seller threw in a 3.0GHz/FSB800/1M P4 Prescott as a bonus
Tried OCing it a bit, but with the limited amount of time I had, I couldn't tweak it to my heart's content. What I found peculiar was that the PC easily booted even when I raised the bus to 240MHz (3,6GHz effective), yet either Memtest86 or IBT errors persisted even down to 220MHz. Ended up leaving it at 215MHz (3225MHz effective) for the time being.
Now I have an extra mobo with a bricked BIOS and my old 2,4GHz/FSB400/128K netburst celly Yay~


I'm not sure what I will do with the X1950 Pro. It sure is a nice backup card, and I do like collecting vintage stuff, so I might well keep it


Why did your cousin's moherboard get bricked ? You tried installing the wrong Bios ?

I once did that mistake with a P2/3 motherboard - I made a mistake with the exact motherboard model and flashed the wrong Bios. Strangely, the flash program accepted it. The trouble was booting it up. Luckily the floppy drive still worked so I tried flashing with the correct model number - and the bios flash program wouldn't accept the right version because it said the latest version was installed!

Si I tried every version, until I tried the very first BIOS version - which worked! And from there on I managed to install the latest! And so I unbricked that motherboard!

If that is your problem, you might get lucky doing something like this.
 
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heres is my Prescott powered socket 478 P4 Server! Running at 3.4GHz!
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I'm not sure what I will do with the X1950 Pro. It sure is a nice backup card, and I do like collecting vintage stuff, so I might well keep it


Why did your cousin's moherboard get bricked ? You tried installing the wrong Bios ?

I once did that mistake with a P2/3 motherboard - I made a mistake with the exact motherboard model and flashed the wrong Bios. Strangely, the flash program accepted it. The trouble was booting it up. Luckily the floppy drive still worked so I tried flashing with the correct model number - and the bios flash program wouldn't accept the right version because it said the latest version was installed!

Si I tried every version, until I tried the very first BIOS version - which worked! And from there on I managed to install the latest! And so I unbricked that motherboard!

If that is your problem, you might get lucky doing something like this.
I have several suspicions as to what might have gone wrong.
I flashed via winflash. AFAIK flashing while in windows is not recommended, but even though there was a floppy drive available, we had no floppies The flash completed without any errors, but after the reboot, the post screen would hang after recognizing the CPU. There was no indication of activity in the floppy drive, though the CD drive lights did flicker. IDK, maybe something would happen if I actually inserted a floppy with the original bios and the chip's boot sector wasn't corrupt, but I have no means to try it out atm.

My biggest suspicion regarding this issue is a possible mobo revision mismatch. The card that's in my posession atm is a model V1.0 (original bios version was 1.1d). When googling for the card's bios, the number V3.1A (bios - 1.3b) tends to pop up a lot. If that's the revision number, it's no wonder I bricked it.
I made a backup of the old bios prior to flashing, so my cousin should still have it in his HDD, but, y'know, when stuff goes wrong on the hardware-level, accessing and correcting stuff is difficult. I wonder if there's a way to reflash that bios chip... I hear some tech shops can do that, but I reckon their hardware would cost nuts if someone were to try obtaining it for personal use. Do any of you have any info on that?


@fg2chase: lovin' those blue wires
Edited by Hyoketsu - 4/10/11 at 4:02pm
     
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Hello people

I actually happen to have an Old P4 running too

It's my little XBMC / mineCraft server lol.

Specs are:

Asus P4C800E Deluxe (of course its socket 478)
Pentium 4 3.0 GHz @ 3.6GHz
3,5 GB ram (Yeah I know - but I had not enough block to make twin dual channel)

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heres is my Prescott powered socket 478 P4 Server! Running at 3.4GHz!
Holy S!"#$

That is one great system you've got there!
 
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Hello people

I actually happen to have an Old P4 running too

It's my little XBMC / mineCraft server lol.

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Asus P4C800E Deluxe (of course its socket 478)
Pentium 4 3.0 GHz @ 3.6GHz
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Hi, welcome to the club!

That is one nice overclock you've got!

Cheers!
 
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Holy S!"#$

That is one great system you've got there!
Thanks man! yesterdays gaming rigs make great file servers for today!

-Chase
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