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  1. #11
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    Here's a link that might help ya out a bit...

    Asus P4SDX

    :cheers:

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    :thumb: :D ddr333 it is...

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    : party ha

    Cancelled my order for an 8INXP after waiting too long, besides this one supports DDR400 and has built-in firewire support, plus it was quite a bit cheaper. Coming on Monday - can't wait. This will be my first "do-it-yourself" pc so I'm pretty anxious.

    Putting in a Radeon 9700 Pro graphics card, 512MB Corsair XMS Memory, and all the goodies.

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    Ok, I installed my new SINXP1394, got it all ready to go and when I fired it up, no video.

    The graphics card is a Radeon 9700 Pro, and the docs say you need to install vendor specific drivers if your mobo has a chipset by anyone but Intel.

    Of course, not much of a way to install drivers when you can't even set up your BIOS.

    Any suggestions?

    J

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    Have ya got a basic video card handy to start the process off with before swappin' the R9700P back in? :?:

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    :(

    I'm not even getting the "beep" when I power up that tells me the memory check, etc are about to begin. I'm worried that it's the board or the processor now. Anyone want to help this newbie troubleshoot? If so, shoot me an email - jjones@act.com


    Thanks,
    Jason

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    hmmmm, things are looking grim.
    apparantly the SINXP only has support for specific voltages or something.
    dont hold me to that or anything, but it might mean that your beast of a gfx card might not work on that beast of a mobo.

    arhghhghghgh!
    i am going to buy a sinxp next weekend, but im just putting a 64mb Geforce 4 MX 440 in it.
    i hope that will work, its for a friend...

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    I have bought both the 8INXP and SINXP1394, and with both the new 3.06GHZ HT processor, both of which when checked under the system bios under pc health display the cpu temperature @ 50 degrees celcius I have changed out the intel heatsink with others, I have put 4 4800rpm fans directly on it, has anyone else had this problem. Also those who have either board, can you let me know what processor your using @ what speed and @ what cpu temp is your bios displaying on average. It would be much appreciated

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