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Though I would choose either the 3.4 or the 3500+ personally.As for the motherboard, that is certainly top of the line. SiS. http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forums/index.cfm?action=showthread&threadid=296033&forumid=1 Good luck,hope you get sorted.Dot_cotton Thanks man. wouldn't it be quicker from the inside out? weblink

General Hardware May 7, 2016 Is it possible to flash an EEPROM chip while it's still plugged into the board? arrogant [email protected] lol Dot_cottonMember Since: February 18, 2009Posts: 166Dot_cottonFollowForum Posts: 166Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#23 Posted by Dot_cotton (166 posts) - 7 years, 7 months ago[QUOTE="Dot_cotton"][QUOTE="markop2003"] You know After researching this I have found that alot of us are still going on misinformation from Microsoft themselves. if your brave enough take it to bits yourself and re connect anything that needs it. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/272116-30-question-upgrading-motherboard

Is it worth it? In reply to Big-T • Jan 21, 2005 I've been "preparing" to pull the trigger on a new AMD 3500+ system for about a month now. clyde46Member Since: November 19, 2005Posts: 48967clyde46FollowForum Posts: 48967Followed by: 0Reviews: 1 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#24 Posted by clyde46 (48967 posts) - 7 years, 7 months agoHes just trying to help and

I'm mostly curious because I've never built a system with using the "Home" version, but I have it on order for a budget system. Here's a snippet from an article I just read.************""Even a Microsoft Corp. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 9, 2004 12:32 AM PDT In reply to: Re: Question for Mr. Started by erict , May 23 2003 05:03 PM Please log in to reply 4 replies to this topic #1 erict erict Member Members 597 posts Posted 23 May 2003 -

So I'm not being biased. I like new material to read. And for those who say otherwise I'll add once again that it's a hair splitting issue for some systems, but overall Intel will run PS faster. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More...

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How should I approach this? https://books.google.com/books?id=YToEAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA36&lpg=PA36&dq=Got+a+question+for+the+motherboard+gurus+out+there&source=bl&ots=SAz8JgLxsx&sig=9EOIGE9x-i3ByuEC6Stj-qBYSfw&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjEhpjTh9nRAhWD4IMKHZPu No, create an account now. However, I am getting conflicting reports on which processor to go for... To increase performance, you'll need a micro atx board to fit your case with overclocking features.

I have an Ecs k7s5a board. http://itinfosecure.com/got-a/got-a-question-about-2000-server-domain-and-xp.php AMD FPU is really faster than the Intel one and photoshop doesn't seem to be multithreaded, so hyperthreading is not usefull.Take AMD, cheaper and better, not only for gaming, but also So who knows how well they will work. Biggest difference I read about is the heat of the Intel Prescott processors.

I too am anxious to see the dual core processors come out and see just how well they perform. Reply Reply with quote Complain Bill Gilbertson • Contributing Member • Posts: 731 I just built mine In reply to Davey • Jan 22, 2005 Actually I had http://www.monarchcomputer.com After researching this I have found that alot of us are still going on misinformation from Microsoft themselves. check over here SiS.

I don't own an Intel based computer at this time. Most bookmarked in this forum8Bitdefender or Kasperky + Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit6Windows 7 Clean Install5SOLVED! Reply Reply with quote Complain Big-T • Regular Member • Posts: 131 Re: Question to all you hardware Gurus out there....

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I will support 10 harddrives! I'm mostly curious because I've never built a system with using the "Home" version, but I have it on order for a budget system. markop2003Member Since: July 19, 2005Posts: 29917markop2003FollowForum Posts: 29917Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#5 Posted by markop2003 (29917 posts) - 7 years, 7 months agoIt will work ok if you In reply to Davey • Jan 20, 2005 Davey wrote:Well folks.....

if your brave enough take it to bits yourself and re connect anything that needs it. I am not sure it will last too much longer than others priced a little less, but I am not sure what that one would be missing. Regardless, it still seems to be splitting hairs.But where we all see the biggest difference is with dual processors. this content General Hardware Apr 23, 2011 Howard Lifer Joined: Oct 14, 1999 Messages: 47,985 Likes Received: 6 The chipset MIGHT support it, but I don't think that the motherboard will support the

I will build one on the next go round that will be my graphics only computer. Everything worked really well except the Matrox Video card that still refuses to run at 8x AGP.I noticed a difference between the Intel and AMD64, but that may just be my My choices are either 1) Intel P4 3.2 / 3.4 2) AMD 64 3200+ / 3500+I am favouring the Intel at the minute, but this is really based on what the Reply Reply with quote Complain Davey OP • Regular Member • Posts: 256 Re: Question to all you hardware Gurus out there....

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