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November 25, 2006, 9:45 pm
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I've been lurking here for a while, and I know there are at least a few out
there (P2B? Spajky ?) that have extensive experience with this board. Do you
guys have some general tips for the optimum use of my recently acquired
I'm mainly using the PC as a file / FTP / webserver, so stability is an
important issue :-)
- Asus P2B-DS, BIOS version 1014 b3
- 2 * P2-400
- 2 * 18GB Atlas IV (attached to integrated SCSI with UW/SE terminated
- 512 MB memory
- Windows 2000 Advanced Server
- MySQL / FileZilla / Apache
Any ideas about upgrade paths? I read the P2B-D(S) can use PIII's in dual
setup, but I dont know to which frequency. I also read that the board
supports a maximum of 4 256 MB DIMM's. Does it specifically need registered
DIMM's to reach this far? Do I need to take care about single / dual sided,
high density or low?
Thanks (for any response) in advance!
Re: P2B-DS tips?
On Sat, 25 Nov 2006 22:45:52 +0100, Thomas wrote:
Maybe these will help.
This one seems to be having problems right now.
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