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#1 deeppurple0405

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Posted 07 February 2006 - 12:08 AM

ok, it took me a while but i found all specs of my pc. Now i just need to know how to match it up to a new motherboard. If anyone can help me i would greatly appriciate it.



Motherboard supplier- Trigem
System BIOS supplier- Phoenix
Form factor- uATX
Processor brand- Intel
Processor socket type- mPGA478
Processor family- P4 and Celeron (Willamette, Northwood)
Proc. Front Side Bus Freq.- 400 MHz
Chipset name- 845GL
Chipset "North Bridge"- 845GL
Revision/stepping A1
Chipset "South Bridge"- ICH4
Revision/stepping A1
Super I/O SMsC LPC47M102
Revision/stepping VS142AV
Flash BIOS device 2 DIMMs (184 Pin)
Memory type DDR
Memory speed PC2100/PC1600
Memory sockets 2 DIMMs (184 Pin)
Maximum memory 2 GB (HP and Compaq recommend 1 GB)
Graphics supplier Intel
Graphics configuration Down, In Chipset
Onboard graphics memory UMA/up to 48 MB
Graphics connector (AGP None
TV-Out device No
TV-Out configuration ADD TVout card
Audio AC'97 Down
AC'97 CODEC device ADI1981A
Audio Jacks (Mic, Line-In, Line-Out, Spkr, MIDI/Game) M,LI,LO,SO
Ethernet 10/100 LAN supplier Realtek RTL8100(:thumbsup:
Ethernet configuration PCI, Down
IDE UDMA modes ATA-66/100
USB ports 6
USB Front/Back options 2F+4B
Serial, Parallel, Floppy, PS2 Kbd and Mouse 1S, 1P, 1F, PS2 K+M
Serial Port Front Chassis option No

Edited by deeppurple0405, 07 February 2006 - 12:09 AM.

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Posted 07 February 2006 - 06:55 PM

Is this from an emachine model?

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Posted 07 February 2006 - 07:18 PM

I strongly reccommend

Asus P4P800-E Deluxe
P4C800-E Deluxe

Abit >>> IC7-G

all three boards will work very well for you

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Posted 08 February 2006 - 12:07 AM

What are the basic specs you need to know to match up a mother board to your pc???
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Posted 08 February 2006 - 11:09 PM

The basic things I look for are: you need to have the same Socket type if you are going to use the same CPU. And the memory needs to be compatible with the board so you can reuse it. Then the motherboard form factor should match so that your sure the power supply will work with it and it fits in your tower.
And be sure it has the connections you need, such as any onboard NIC, sound card and Video, if you aren't using any adapter cards.




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