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Originally Posted by jethro_static;13216458 
HAHA! What do you have back in 2004?

I have the following and it was AMAZING

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2GB of Ram! <-- unheard of then
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Geforce 3 Ti 500 AGP and Geforce 2 Mx400 PCI (for third monitor)
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That was such an awesome computer for the time, I ran three CRT monitors then too
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post #382 of 761
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Originally Posted by harishgayatri;13215630 
^^ How about getting that thing back online?

I am currently getting a P3 board repaired for using it as a Download system( torrents + Direct links)

It should be arriving tomorrow or the day after the repair is complete.

I will be pairing it with a Celeron 1.1Ghz SL5ZE Socket 370 processor

I will try to post pics after the board arrives.


I'm, thinking of doing the same thing biggrin.gif I have a Pentium 3 board made by Intel with a 1 Ghz Pentium 3 Coppermine, and 512 MB of RAM on it. I just have to buy a replacement fan for the heatsink because the Cooler Master one spins too fast and is too loud - and the CPU only has a 26w TDP (I actually ran it for a few months with an 80mm fan blowing air onto it, but it's not a very elegant thing to do LOL)

Here it is:

21042011885.jpg

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Originally Posted by potitoos;13215642 
God what a terrible series of CPU's lol...

Not exactly. It's true that the Pentium 4 Willamette only started to be good at 1.7Ghz - and even by then it used a lot of power for that time - more than 60w. It was still built on the 180nm technology, which didn't help, and that is probably also the reason Intel only used 256kb of L2 cache on it.


The Pentium 4 Prescott on the other hand suffered from a too long 31 stage Pipeline and high leakage on the 90nm process. And also, the Socket 478 form factor wasn't very good for traditional cooler designs to blow away hot air from it (nowdays we take designs like the Scythe Katana 3 for granted, and those perform wonderfully on these CPU's). They eventually fixed part of the problems when they introduced Enhanced Speedstep and other optimizations; eventually the Prescott on the 775 platform was good temperature wise as the Noorthwood. The performance however was not better than a Northwood.

And now onto the Northwood: it was built on the same 130nm process that Intel had started to use on the Pentium 3's Tualatin; it enabled much lower power usage, while doubling the L2 Cache to 512kb. Now that was a good processor. They even put in Hyperthreading in the original Northwood desgin, but only enabled it for the 800Mhz FSB models (and for the 3.06 Ghz 533Mhz FSB P4).

The Pentium 4 Northwood was better than the equivalent Athlon of it's time. Since their introduction, right almost to the end. It was better than the Athlon right up to the 3.2Ghz mark. The design was even used for the Xeon, which Intel then borrowed to make the Extreme Edition, called Gallatin, which was basically a Northwood plus 2MB of L3 cache. The 3.2 Ghz Extreme Edition version was the fastest CPU when released, although by then it's crown only lasted a week or two, as AMD was just going to release the faster Athlon 64.

The fastest Northwood is the 3.4 Ghz version and the 3.4 Extreme Edition (Gallatin). So, considering this, it was the fastest CPU for almost it's entire lifespan.

And when people talk about power consumption, the Northwood was quite good. A 2.8 Ghz Pentium 4 Northwood, with Hyperthreading and 800Mhz FSB had a 69w TDP. Not very far from the 65w nowadays considered normal for a mainstream Dual Core CPU, when Quad Cores normally are 95w.

And the 3.4 Ghz only has an 89w TDP, the same as the 3.2Ghz Extreme Edition.
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206819d1303447580-unofficial-intel-pentium-4-d-celeron-p4-4ghz.jpg
Woot! The Magic 4! Intelburned it for 20 runs and it never flinch. Temps never went more than 53C. This Delta fan/XP120 is amazing. It's already high to begin with. about 46C on Idle and 53C load.
I knew it! I knew it! This rig will Pwn a lot of Rigs back in 2004. I hand picked this parts coz I know this perform well. 4Ghz is unheard of back in 2004. It's almost imposible to achieve, especially on air. But then again, I prolly will not even try to OC it beyond 3.8Ghz and stress test it back then, coz I will be too scared to fry the CPU. Oh well.
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Originally Posted by tpi2007;13219439 
I'm, thinking of doing the same thing biggrin.gif I have a Pentium 3 board made by Intel with a 1 Ghz Pentium 3 Coppermine, and 512 MB of RAM on it. I just have to buy a replacement fan for the heatsink because the Cooler Master one spins too fast and is too loud - and the CPU only has a 26w TDP (I actually ran it for a few months with an 80mm fan blowing air onto it, but it's not a very elegant thing to do LOL)

Here it is:

21042011885.jpg



Not exactly. It's true that the Pentium 4 Willamette only started to be good at 1.7Ghz - and even by then it used a lot of power for that time - more than 60w. It was still built on the 180nm technology, which didn't help, and that is probably also the reason Intel only used 256kb of L2 cache on it.


The Pentium 4 Prescott on the other hand suffered from a too long 31 stage Pipeline and high leakage on the 90nm process. And also, the Socket 478 form factor wasn't very good for traditional cooler designs to blow away hot air from it (nowdays we take designs like the Scythe Katana 3 for granted, and those perform wonderfully on these CPU's). They eventually fixed part of the problems when they introduced Enhanced Speedstep and other optimizations; eventually the Prescott on the 775 platform was good temperature wise as the Noorthwood. The performance however was not better than a Northwood.

And now onto the Northwood: it was built on the same 130nm process that Intel had started to use on the Pentium 3's Tualatin; it enabled much lower power usage, while doubling the L2 Cache to 512kb. Now that was a good processor. They even put in Hyperthreading in the original Northwood desgin, but only enabled it for the 800Mhz FSB models (and for the 3.06 Ghz 533Mhz FSB P4).

The Pentium 4 Northwood was better than the equivalent Athlon of it's time. Since their introduction, right almost to the end. It was better than the Athlon right up to the 3.2Ghz mark. The design was even used for the Xeon, which Intel then borrowed to make the Extreme Edition, called Gallatin, which was basically a Northwood plus 2MB of L3 cache. The 3.2 Ghz Extreme Edition version was the fastest CPU when released, although by then it's crown only lasted a week or two, as AMD was just going to release the faster Athlon 64.

The fastest Northwood is the 3.4 Ghz version and the 3.4 Extreme Edition (Gallatin). So, considering this, it was the fastest CPU for almost it's entire lifespan.

And when people talk about power consumption, the Northwood was quite good. A 2.8 Ghz Pentium 4 Northwood, with Hyperthreading and 800Mhz FSB had a 69w TDP. Not very far from the 65w nowadays considered normal for a mainstream Dual Core CPU, when Quad Cores normally are 95w.

And the 3.4 Ghz only has an 89w TDP, the same as the 3.2Ghz Extreme Edition.

Nice, Now I have got company.biggrin.gif

BTW, My processor is not a P3 coppermine it is a Celeron 1.1Ghz Tualatin with 133Mhz FSB 256KB cache.

I found out that the TDP was only 28~30W:eek: That's really good for a processor of that era.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by goldboy;13214203 
Currently on a Pentium D 805 - which I've had for years - great CPU

also have a Celeron D 420 and Pentium 4 3.0ghz in front of me.

While I wait for my main system to arrive, I'd been using the Celeron D 420 - but the slow speed drove me crazy. So now I'm on my Pentium D.

I managed to finish the Crysis 2 single player on a Pentium D 805 + 1gb 667mhz RAM + ati 4850

Welcome to the P4 community:)

Crysis 2 on that system now that's something.
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I have two P4's running in 2 different machines running at 3.6ghz each. We also have another one lying around, I think 3.4 ghz. Sorry don't have any model names.
    
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Originally Posted by jethro_static;13224459 
206819d1303447580-unofficial-intel-pentium-4-d-celeron-p4-4ghz.jpg
Woot! The Magic 4! Intelburned it for 20 runs and it never flinch. Temps never went more than 53C. This Delta fan/XP120 is amazing. It's already high to begin with. about 46C on Idle and 53C load.
I knew it! I knew it! This rig will Pwn a lot of Rigs back in 2004. I hand picked this parts coz I know this perform well. 4Ghz is unheard of back in 2004. It's almost imposible to achieve, especially on air. But then again, I prolly will not even try to OC it beyond 3.8Ghz and stress test it back then, coz I will be too scared to fry the CPU. Oh well.
Awesome! smile.gif I see you had to increase your voltage a bit, though. Since software readings are bull, by how much did you increase it in bios?
Damn, now I really want a new mobo ASAP, as I can't OC this CPU on my current one frown.gif

P.S. the OP needs updates. I now own:
*1.73GHz/FSB533/1MB Celeron M 430 (laptop; not quite mine, but meh)
*2.4GHz/FSB400/128KB Celeron
*2.6GHz/FSB800/512KB P4 HT (Northwood;bricked, makes for an awesome keyring accessory biggrin.gif)
*3.4GHz/FSB800/512KB P4 HT (Northwood). Add this one to tpi's list as well. All of these CPUs are on PGA478(laptop - PPGA478).

Other members might need some updating too. Also, fix the annoying typo smile.gif The apostrophe should be at the end:
0 - owners'
X - owner's
Let's get this club official (whatever that would mean biggrin.gif)!
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Awesome! smile.gif I see you had to increase your voltage a bit, though. Since software readings are bull, by how much did you increase it in bios?
Damn, now I really want a new mobo ASAP, as I can't OC this CPU on my current one frown.gif

Yeah it's a bit of a jump on the Vcore. The 3.8Ghz only needs 1.47V in BIOS and the 4.0Ghz Needs 1.55V. It made the idle temps like 5 degrees higher too. 4Ghz on load is switching between 1.44 and 1.47ish sometimes 1.5ish.

I would like to OC more. I want to max out the 533Mhz Ram so I have a few more Mhz to milk. I think the PSU is holding me back. I need a more powerful one maybe. It's prolly making the system unstable on my earlier tests. if you see the date on the bottom, It says jan 1 2002. LOL. Coz everytime the OC failed, It resets to default and I got tired putting it back to the right date.
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i have (using now) hp vectra vl400 dt running win2k sp4 pentium 3 1ghz
384mb ram (need to buy 256mb to get 512mb)
my geforce 4 mx 440 is bios dead (tried to flash the mac bios) using 3d prothet 4500 64mb agp (kyro2)



my pentium 4 2.66 and celeron 2.6ghz rigs are still running very well
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i have (using now) hp vectra vl400 dt running win2k sp4 pentium 3 1ghz
384mb ram (need to buy 256mb to get 512mb)
my geforce 4 mx 440 is bios dead (tried to flash the mac bios) using 3d prothet 4500 64mb agp (kyro2)



my pentium 4 2.66 and celeron 2.6ghz rigs are still running very well

384 + 256 = 512???headscratch.gif:headscrat:headscrat
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