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P4P800 SE, Is it a good choice ?

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June 26, 2005 10:55:51 PM

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Hi all,
I am close to buy a new MB cause my P4T-E gave back his soul to the devil.

Does the P4P800 SE a good choice ?

Does my Intel Pentium 4 - 1.7 GHZ /256/400/1.75v CPU (socket 478) suitable
for this MB ?

Any info welcome and thanks
John.

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Anonymous
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June 26, 2005 10:55:52 PM

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"John & Su" <johnsuma NO SPAM @loxinfo.co.th> wrote in message
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> I am close to buy a new MB cause my P4T-E gave back his soul to the devil.
> Does the P4P800 SE a good choice ?
> Does my Intel Pentium 4 - 1.7 GHZ /256/400/1.75v CPU (socket 478) suitable
> for this MB ?

Yes, the P4P800 SE and the Deluxe version are good choices for your
P-4 1.7GHz S478 CPU. The Deluxe version has a better sound
chip, an extra RAID controller with more SATA connections, 1394
Firewire, etc.

We are a dealer and have sold a lot of those boards. They are excellent
quality and come with a 3yr warranty.


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E-mail: kc@kc-computers.com Web: www.kc-computers.com
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Anonymous
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June 26, 2005 10:55:52 PM

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On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 18:55:51 +0700, "John & Su" <johnsuma NO SPAM
@loxinfo.co.th> wrote:

I own the SE version, I now wish I'd gone for the regular P4P board
with firewire.

>Hi all,
>I am close to buy a new MB cause my P4T-E gave back his soul to the devil.
>
>Does the P4P800 SE a good choice ?
>
>Does my Intel Pentium 4 - 1.7 GHZ /256/400/1.75v CPU (socket 478) suitable
>for this MB ?
>
>Any info welcome and thanks
>John.
>
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June 26, 2005 10:55:53 PM

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I have an se board with the pci firewire card and it works fine.
I can download my dv direct to the hard drive.

"Alind" <noway@highway.net> wrote in message
news:ahgtb1dg223ub3p70sum2dsqav51fg2av7@4ax.com...
> On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 18:55:51 +0700, "John & Su" <johnsuma NO SPAM
> @loxinfo.co.th> wrote:
>
> I own the SE version, I now wish I'd gone for the regular P4P board
> with firewire.
>
>>Hi all,
>>I am close to buy a new MB cause my P4T-E gave back his soul to the devil.
>>
>>Does the P4P800 SE a good choice ?
>>
>>Does my Intel Pentium 4 - 1.7 GHZ /256/400/1.75v CPU (socket 478) suitable
>>for this MB ?
>>
>>Any info welcome and thanks
>>John.
>>
>
Anonymous
a b V Motherboard
June 26, 2005 10:55:53 PM

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--->

I just bought a P4P800-SE...my 15th Asus MB over the years...I did
also have a P4PE...deluxe which if god, but it has the widely reported
problem that...normally when room temp is < 60F...it won't boot, or
even posted, after lot's of monkey business...it will boot but POST
reports bad CPU setting!!!!

Asus did replace the brd...but same deal...as a HW designer...it's
pretty clear the P4PE brd has a HW design problem....

Anyway, when it does boot up ok (like now...summer it's 100% fine)
then I love the board. But, the on board Firewire isn't (my opinion)
quite as good as, say an adaptec add-in board....some SW (True Image)
the on-brd 1394 was sometimes not 100%...plus I wanted the chance to
later in stall a 1394B variant board (800 vs 400 xfer rate!

For this reason, when I bought the P4P800 I took the SE version (not
1394 on board)....I'm very happy with it so far...not
bleeding-edge...but rock solid with 3.2 Prescott.

....for what it's worth...........


mrdisk/seeker











On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 14:57:19 GMT, Alind <noway@highway.net> wrote:

>On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 18:55:51 +0700, "John & Su" <johnsuma NO SPAM
>@loxinfo.co.th> wrote:
>
>I own the SE version, I now wish I'd gone for the regular P4P board
>with firewire.
>
>>Hi all,
>>I am close to buy a new MB cause my P4T-E gave back his soul to the devil.
>>
>>Does the P4P800 SE a good choice ?
>>
>>Does my Intel Pentium 4 - 1.7 GHZ /256/400/1.75v CPU (socket 478) suitable
>>for this MB ?
>>
>>Any info welcome and thanks
>>John.
>>
!