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ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC_--Motherboard P4S133-VM

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August 16, 2002 3:45:54 PM

Which is the highest processor this m/b supports.Currently i m using a p4 1.7 ghz.It has sis 650 chipset + FSb (100-160 mhz)in one mhz step.
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August 16, 2002 6:08:01 PM

The ASUS site says 2.2GHz and beyond, yet looking at BIOS updates I didn't notice any updates for faster chips, so safely I'd say 2.2G.

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August 17, 2002 6:50:34 AM

i ve another problem that when i install the creative vinra128 in last pci slot my m/b doesn't boot.Although its irq in bios is set to auto.
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a b V Motherboard
August 17, 2002 7:13:57 AM

According to the <A HREF="http://www.asus.com.tw/mb/socket478/p4s133-vm/jumper.ht..." target="_new">Jumper Page</A> it can support a 133MHz FSB for the CPU. Now, that means it can support ALL Socket 478 CPU's. The fastest available right now is the Pentium 4 2.8GHz. At 2.8GHz, it should be able to compete with the 1533MHz Athlon XP 1800+ quite nicely. You see, SDRAM handicaps the P4 by about 30% in performance for the slower processors, and the faster the CPU, the bigger the handicap, I'm guessing 40% for the 2800+. So by getting a $600 processor, you'll finally be able to keep up with a $200 mobo/CPU/DDR combo!

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August 18, 2002 7:54:14 AM

i ve another problem that i ve installed Lan card in 1st pci , modem 56 k in 2nd pci but when i install the creative vibra128 in last pci slot(3rd) my m/b doesn't boot.Although its irq in bios is set to auto.
a b V Motherboard
August 18, 2002 9:04:09 AM

Er, by first slot do you mean the one below AGP? You really shouldn't use that slot on any board.

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August 18, 2002 10:50:41 AM

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So by getting a $600 processor, you'll finally be able to keep up with a $200 mobo/CPU/DDR combo!


ROFLMAO! I'm gonna have to sleep that one off.

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a b V Motherboard
August 18, 2002 8:02:29 PM

Read the signature of the week, I'd feel sorry for people who fell into the P4/SDRAM scam, but...

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August 19, 2002 7:44:15 AM

yes 1st means the one beside the agp
a b V Motherboard
August 19, 2002 7:46:18 AM

That one normally shares an IRQ with the AGP slot, which can cause configuration problems.

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August 19, 2002 3:36:46 PM

how it can be resolved.plz help.
a b V Motherboard
August 19, 2002 7:50:18 PM

Try moving all your cards to different slots and leaving PCI 1 open.

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August 20, 2002 10:30:53 AM

i ve to use all pci slots. Moving cards around donot help.
a b V Motherboard
August 20, 2002 11:14:56 AM

Hmm, that's why a hate boards that don't have all 6 PCI slots. Anyway, did you try turning PNP OS to NO in BOIS? That turns ON the BIOS configuration for PNP cards.

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