I am looking for a MOBO/CPU combo and I'm not sure if I should get the 200 or 266 FSB. Can someone help me understand the difference in between the two (or point me in the right direction) ? So I can decide wich is better for me. I am looking at an ECS K7VZA MOBO & a TB 1.4 GHz(the price is in my range and it was recomended by Tomshardware.)
The 266MHz version runs at 133 actual MHZ and has much faster CPU-to-memory transfers for increased performance. If you want an ECS board, I recommend the K7S5A with some PC2100 DDR (which runs at DDR266, which is actually 133MHz).
Well I just bought a case and PS off ebay i hope its the right PS here are the specs :
* Dual Fan Power Supply * (400 watt)
Supports Intel Pentium-4 and AMD Athlon system
Built in inrush current, over temperature, over current, and over voltage protection circuits.
MTBF: >100,000 hours at full load, 110VAC and 25BC ambient conditions.
Suitable fro Intel Pentium 4 CPU and MB
AMD K7 CPU and MB are available
Fit for Intel 12V Version 1.1 and ATX V2.03
All Aluminum covered crust
With Auto Temperature control
Double ball bearing cooling fan including
This power supply conforms to the ATX12V and ATX2.03V form Factor and inludes:
20 Pin ATX mainboard connector
4 Pin Standard drive connectors for HDD and CD-rom CD-RW
4 Pin 3.5" FDD or ZIP connectors
3 Pin Power supply cooling fan RPM signal connector (support by mainboard and BIOS)
4-in-1 extra design for convenience to use:
On/Off rocker switch
Monitor AC Outlet
Voltage selector switch
Supports Cooling fan RPM signal (By mainboard and BIOS support function)
Dual cooling fan
Low noise design
Safety recognized C-UL, TUV, CB
Meets IEC EN60950: 1992+A1+A2+A3+A4+A11
EMI complies with FCC Class B, CE
Meets EN55022 Class B
im not sure of the brand.
<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by zoloft_junkie on 02/26/02 03:16 PM.</EM></FONT></P>