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memrxukuk 23rd July, 2002 03:42 PM

Intel 810E
What on earth am I going to do :confused:

When I was told my parents where going to get my machine for me I thought great my dad is quite good with computers he will get me a good one

So after much discussion they brought me this back, I don't like being ungreatful but what can I do with this. Incomes a Intel Celeron System with a jumperless mobo with the Intel 810E chipset. intels own desktop board with built on sound, lan, usb controller blah blah I freaked that they had also had a HCF Modem so straight away I had to go download some HCF drivers for linux, I use a dual boot system windows 2000 pro for my uni specific programs and red hat for everything else.

How on earth do I clock this piece of junk, a jumperless mobo, no settings in the bios a rubbish bios at that no power settings etc. Someone help me I'm going to pull my hair out.

Allan 23rd July, 2002 04:46 PM

Well, the task on hand is not an easy one... have you tried software overclocking? Anyway, I doubt you will get any speed increase that is actually worth the trouble, sorry.

What are the system specs? CPU speed, video card etc.?

cloasters 28th July, 2002 04:31 AM

Looks like Allan's suggestion might be all you can try.
There's a proprietary i810 that handles 133 Mhz FSB. Maybe your mainboard can handle a PIIIEB. PIII's are a lot cheaper than they used to be.

Sadly, proprietary boxen are often too much trouble to upgrade. Sorry, mate. If it's better than the rig it replaces, there's daylight in the deal. SDRAM isn't too costly. Packing the mainboard with RAM may make for a clear boost in performance.

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