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5GB of memory, an AMD Athlon 64 3200+, and a DFI LANParty NF3 mobo. 11g card. Those aren’t bad specs for a PVR, but what really caught our attention were the hard drives and video capture/TV tuner cards. Lindley stores movies in the faster 300GB SATA hard drive and stores TV shows in the 250GB IDE drive. A Hauppauge WinTV-PVR 350 and WinTV-PVR 150 handle his video capturing needs. If today’s big-name builders take some tips from this design, that living room invasion might just get off the ground.
7GHz Pentium 4 installed. I’m thinking of upgrading the processor, but the manual says that it will only support Intel processors with 512KB of L2 cache. The Web site is unclear about what the BIOS update changes. Can I stick a Pentium 4 with an FSB of 533MHz and 1MB of L2 in it, or do I have to stick with 512KB? A: It seems that by limiting the P4SGX-MX motherboard to using Pentium 4 processors with 512KB of L2 cache and a 533MHz FSB is Asus’ way of saying that the P4SGX-MX is not Prescott ready.
Have a ghost in your machine? Are BSODs making your life miserable? CPU’s “Advanced Q&A Corner” is here for you. Gerald D. asked: I’m looking to build a new computer with the following specs: Thermaltake XASER, Armor Series VA8000BWS case Gigabyte GA-K8N Ultra-9 M/B AMD Athlon 64 3800+ 4GB DDR PC3200 RAM 128MB DDR video card 2 Plextor PX-716A drives 1 floppy drive 1 120GB ATA drive 1 500GB ATA drive 4 SATA-1 drives in a striped RAID configuration 4 SATA-2 drives in a striped RAID configuration 5 120mm fans 2 80mm fans With these specs I’m not sure if any manufacturer makes a power supply that would suit me.