- Oct 7, 2000
Will a Xeon E3-1245 v2 SR0P9 work? I'm bidding on a lot of 9 on eBay I need two and I'll pass on the other 7 to [H] member if I win the auction!1155 i5/i7 sandy bridge or ivy bridge cpu
I tried an E3-1220v2. The board didn't like it. I ended up ordering an i5 from the previous post.Will a Xeon E3-1245 v2 SR0P9 work? I'm bidding on a lot of 9 on eBay I need two and I'll pass on the other 7 to [H] member if I win the auction!
Let me know if that will work?
I put a Xeon E3-1225 V2 in my HP 8300 Elite not officially supported but the motherboard sees it properly and it works fine this (if I win the auction) will replace that
Edit: I got outbid sorry
I'm not sure what socket you're looking for
It would depend on the chipset of his motherboard. I believe that 9xx chipset works with e6600 but not E8400 as that would require the P3x/P4x series chipset.I'm not sure what socket you're looking for
I have an e8400 and e6600
But I'm pretty sure the e6600 (which was the beast at the time) is the same socket
Both were working when pulled.
Man, I've fallen behind the times--my rig at home is running an i5-3570. Next year, though, I'll finally get around to building a new one!
Fortunately, the games played most in our house are Starcraft 2, Minecraft, TF2, and Kerbal Space Program, so I haven't been suffering terribly. Amazingly, the Windows 7 installation on that computer is probably 7-8 years old by now.My 3570K was running games fine till about 2018 I started getting CPU limited with a 2070 - Div 2 and Shadow of the Tomb Raid I couldn't get over 45FPS @ 1440p IIRC even reducing settings
Games less demanding than that or older should be fine on it still - Resident Evil 2/3 Remake and Hellblade ran fine on it though so it was right around then it became hit or miss but could still play some fine
You get divorced.What happens if it goes the other way around
Why is it the husbands always gotta get rid of shit
Wow, for that much if you search hard enough on ebay you should be able to just get a drive instead.
I have a e7400. Was working when pulled. LMK if you want before I recycle it.
If you're talking about the AGP card, I could use it for sure. I may have one of the Pentium Ds that you are looking for, but I think they're earmarked for system upgrades atm.Oops, missed this. Thanks for the offer, but the board I needed the Pentium D for, maxes out at Pentium Ds, it doesn't take Core 2 parts. I would love to try a Pentium EE 840, which is the fastest CPU my board will take, but that's a bit much of an ask for the freebies thread.
I found an AGP HD4670 at work in the recycle pile (along with several other cards and motherboards) and the best motherboard I have that still has an AGP slot is this Gigabyte LGA775 board that only takes Pentium 4 or Pentium D CPUs.
If someone else can use it, I'll let them have it, as I'm awash in C2D CPUs at the moment. I'll be listing some stuff here soon when I can find time from work, been working 7 days a week heh.
If you're talking about the AGP card, I could use it for sure. I may have one of the Pentium Ds that you are looking for, but I think they're earmarked for system upgrades atm.
I do have spare slim-line optical drives but this is actually for the Dell NR95F bay (I think they fit that also?) as I have it in my main PC (In sig not a Dell though) for a card reader and I don't want an unused optical drive sitting there (for looks I guess) as all 6 SATA ports are used with my 2 5.25" Blu-ray drives and 4 spinning disksWow, for that much if you search hard enough on ebay you should be able to just get a drive instead.
Good! It should be loved.I'm not giving away the HD4670 lol. It's going into my collection of nice old hardware.
There were some other AGP cards in that pile of stuff I found that I'm going to give away, but they're much older and probably won't have any interest. The best is an AIW Radeon 9600, but it's missing the pigtail. I went back and dug in the recycling pile but I couldn't find it. The other cards are a couple of TNT and TNT2 M64 cards.
Gwarren07 hooked me up with a Pentium D 945 and an additional 930, which is nice.
Gotcha, makes sense. I think you might be able to use a similar part number from other manufacturers as well, like Lenovo or HP that might be cheaper on ebay.I do have spare slim-line optical drives but this is actually for the Dell NR95F bay (I think they fit that also?) as I have it in my main PC (In sig not a Dell though) for a card reader and I don't want an unused optical drive sitting there (for looks I guess) as all 6 SATA ports are used with my 2 5.25" Blu-ray drives and 4 spinning disks
Yes I need to clean my case
I just want the piece of plastic where that slot loading DVD-Rom is for the looks like I said
Just encase someone is wonder the case is This
probably was over volted by a few hundred million volts.I'm back to looking for a Pentium D 945 or 950. The one I got had charred and corroded pads on it and obviously was very dead.
Just to be sure, cleaned the crap out of the pads and removed the corrosion and scorch marks, yep still dead. Three different boards wouldn't boot with it installed.
Definitely wasn't a BIOS issue. Chip went thermonuclear after just a few seconds and the board mosfets were very unhappy.I had to flash the bios to be able to use the 945 after using the 930. That's why I sent it. They were pulled from working systems awhile back.
did the chip i sent back in Apr. ever show up?Definitely wasn't a BIOS issue. Chip went thermonuclear after just a few seconds and the board mosfets were very unhappy.
GA-8VM800PMD-775 - Pentium D 945 supported since BIOS F4, board had F6 installed.
GA-965P-DS3 - Pentium D 945 supported since BIOS F10, board had F14 installed.
GA-P35-DS3R - Pentium D 945 supported since BIOS F3, board had F13 installed.
The Pentium D 930 worked fine on all three boards. The 945 did nothing at first, after cleaning the charring off the pads, it just went thermonuclear. I suspect whatever the last board it was in did something nasty to it.