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Need Help With Looking For A New Processor...


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#1 JoshT

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Posted 25 April 2007 - 05:48 PM

Hi peoples, I'm back with a new task for you alls, I've searched and searched and I need to find a processor that will work work a Shuttle AV40, the specs are below.


# Chipset
VIA P4X266 for Pentium 4 processors with socket 478
Northbridge: VIA P4X266 and Southbridge: VIA VT8233
Chipset voltage adjustable
With active Northbridge-cooler (see illustration on the right)
# Socket 478 CPU Support
Intel Pentium 4 processor (Willamette or Northwood) and P4 Celeron
successfully tested with: P4 Celeron up to 1,8 GHz, P4 (Willamette 256KB Cache) up to 2,2GHz and
P4 (Northwood 400MHz FSB) up to 2,4GHz with 400MHz FSB (100MHz Quad-Datarate-Process)
Normally, there is no need to configure the processor.
In BIOS the following parameters can be adjusted manually:
- FSB-system clock adjustment infinitely from 100 to 132 MHz
- Vcore-CPU-voltage from 1,10 to 1,85V
- Multiplier 8x to 23x

from:
http://eu.shuttle.com/archive/en/av40.htm

Thanks a lot guys.

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Posted 25 April 2007 - 06:12 PM

Well I am showing up empty handed. I cant find a chip at 400 FSB new anywhere :thumbsup:

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Posted 25 April 2007 - 06:15 PM

Couldn't you run a 533 at 528 FSB 132x4 is 528?

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Posted 25 April 2007 - 07:44 PM

Couldn't you run a 533 at 528 FSB 132x4 is 528?


I'm not sure, I'm really new to CPU shopping.

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Posted 25 April 2007 - 09:07 PM

What Im reading says that you can run the regular P4 (Willamette or Northwood) or the Intel Celeron processor will work but I believe any socket 478 like these from Newegg.com

I believe they are trying to let you know which processors the Motherboard has been tested with.

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Posted 26 April 2007 - 03:34 PM

Are you sure those will work? I mean, this motherboard is atleast 5 years old, might even be from 2001. I see 2.8Ghz, and the one I had was only 1.6Ghz even though it was a Socket 423. Will a 2.8Ghz, or possibly a 3.0Ghz work with the Shuttle AV40?




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