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Whats the best motherboard for a slot 1 processor, without a via chipset. I will be using an p3 and scsi , and am looking for top speed.


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I doubt ill overclock. I cant find 2 ppl that agree with a mobo. My dsl connection makes the gaming thing better, but i still feel like i could be doing better in without spending too much money. I was told the 5 things i want in a mobo were: 1. That probably means they are all about equal. But I believe you said "firewall" not "firewire". The main gripe this guy has is that its not as fast as the BX based mobo's. But think about it, at that point will you still be using a P3? You can implement this using software once you get your computer up and running. You said: "However, be aware that the p is meant to run on a mhz bus. I dont overclock who knows, im loving this site, yalls posts are better then CSI That make sense? THe cb0 stepping on the or pentium 3 can get you up to or over at bus speed. In local parlance, you're better off with the Hot Rod, but with Intel parts in your case If you got one of the overclockable boards, you could possibly get a "cheap" bus PIII Coppermine, and then find out whether at was yours at significant savings. For each motherboard you've listed you will probably find someone that will say it is best. It would be perfect if you upgrade to a coppermine pentium 3 if you want to overclock to mhz bus. I think some people have been successful but it isn't known for being a great OC'able cpu. PLus, i heard it makes the life of everything less. Feel free to get a mobo that supports 1 gig of ram, but its not necessary, as you'll never use it. Its the closest looking thing to my mobo. Anybody care to back me up? I did say firewall, and i know what it is, but i dont think i have one and i didnt know what it had to do with a mobo. If you run it at mhz bus on the aopen ax6bc you are not oc'ing the proc, but you are oc'ing your videocard. Dude, i read up on the TYan and for reasons mentioned in Tomshardware. Oc'd doesn't make the life expectancy shorter unless you have temps that are too high. Richard Berg.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Here you can drop in your P-II, have the other stuff and room to grow, and then go to the upgrade as needed. You might try it once you get your new board. Will the 4x agp be useless to me as well? Jumperless, 5 PCI.. Im planning on gettin a p3 for My dsl keeps my neck in neck with those other gamer wizards, so i think im okay on that aspect. My suggestion TODAY is get the aopen ax6bc pro gold, a slot 1 pe, e, or e retail, mhz bus, malaysian , a good cooler alpha, global win, golden orb , and oc that sucker to on a mhz bus. I got it at Krex LJ. The motherboard. Ive heard good things about the AX6BC pro gold, but heard it had one of the bad chipsets from intel was that that was bad or ? Also, the flash at bcmcom. For serious gaming, it's a bit simplistic, but you wan the board that supports the fastest CPU you can afford. You probably dont have scsi anyways. NOw thats what i wanted to hear! I mention this because you said that you doubt you'll overclock. I only keep the nortons up and running. Only way to find out is to try. One of the best?! I want it to support on board raid heard this is a good thing. It got Anandtech's Editors Choice award. What can i hope for with the p2 im stuck with at the moment? Scroll down the page to his recommendations. Thats all i know. Now i know that i can get a new mobo but i will see no fsb over mhz, eh? Do you know if im stuck at ,Mhz FSB with the pentium 2 chip? Thanks to icestorm dude, i NOW know what type of mobo i have. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I have a new leadtek geforce 2 and i want to use the 4xagp thinge. So, with the new mobo, am i stuck at mhz FSB as long as im p2? Firewire is a toy as well. As far as "serious gamer" goes, i thought playing every moment of the day, spending to do only that, and [now] realizing the importance of good ingredients within the system might render one a serious gamer, but i admit I dont get paid much for thinking. So is SCSI. Enough info in those 2 posts to keep me busy for a bit. If you run it at mhz bus on the aopen ax6bc you are not oc'ing the proc, but you are oc'ing your video card. Any advice again for a mobo. As noted previously, individual results vary. However, be aware that the p is meant to run on a mhz bus. Back where i started. If you are looking for 4x agp mobo, bypass the BE6-II, it only has 2x. FSB of at least mhz right now im bx but i dont know if i have to stay with that type of mobo. Also, p2, mhz will i see no change or difference when i get the new mobo? I also agree that the aopen ax6bc pro is a super motherboard. And personally.. Too expensive. They'd be able to use your current memory, etc. On the other hand, the "fastest solution" argument has cropped up a couple of places, with an argument in favor of the BX chipset at The grail of say, a at , or at , is an interesting challenge, and there are some video cards up to the challenge, even though they're over-bus'd using the BX chipset. One more thing, am I only gonna get FSB with a shitty ole p2 ? Unless this is a server or a work computer that needs to run lots of major database software and stuff, you dont need any more than mb. Onboard RAID is useless for the most part. Theres free software programs out there that put up a firewall for you. The most id ever go to would be like p3 , and both will do that no problem, right? Even when everybody says "such and such chip is a great overclocker" you might have the chip that wont overclock. I think not. Moderator et Subscriptor. And also, will a new mobo support all these extras better? Also, thoughts on the Asus P3 V4X? Its come down to: 1. Again, am i stuck with fsb of mhz no matter what, with a pen 2? As for the P2 , you might be able to go above FSB a bit. I think no one can answer your question about overclocking the p because not all chips are created equal. Ive asked that question several times and thats the first solid answer. What do you think? If you run it at mhz fsb you only get out of the procesor. Any of your help or suggestions about which mobo may be best for me would be appreciated. Like continuum said, you dont need scsi or raid. Heres my thing: Im only running a mhz, p2, ram, No matter what, im stuck at FSB of on this system, right? Anyways, a firewall is something to keep people from attacking your computer or using it in a denial of service attack against someone But, this is not a hardware thing. Yes, eventually 1 gig of ram might become a standard thing remember when it was counted in k's instead of megs? I almost bought the Norton thingie with firewall protection but someone said it takes over your computer, bad for windows. Look around a little.