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Member Since 10 Aug 2005
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In Topic: Success with ASROCK P4Dual/775Dual-995GL....

23 September 2005 - 11:31 PM

well i dont know about your first question, but i can answer your second. I pulled a 478 2.66 P4 533fsb from a broken inspiron and just popped it in and it worked right off the bat. Just incase you didnt know though, this board has a very limited graphic card support for it. If your not a gamer this is perfect board, or if you not picky from the list. As for me im satisfied with the bored, osx works pretty good with the onboard graphics with QE and CI. If you do decide to get the board i can help you out if you want.

In Topic: Success with ASROCK P4Dual/775Dual-995GL....

21 September 2005 - 07:15 AM

Neither AGP nor PCIe disable the onboard on that asrock board...it is special. However, they have a -very- small list of compatible cards.

the reason why i think this happens is because the board has a feature that you can hook five monitors up to it. 2 on agp, 2 on pcie, and 1 using onboard. Why anyone would want that many screens...who knows maybe they got bored

In Topic: Success with ASROCK P4Dual/775Dual-995GL....

19 September 2005 - 05:38 PM

well at least i have some what of a reason to buy a lcd monitor now. I deserve it, ive been stuck with my old 17" CRT for quite a while now. thanks im sure ill be back with some questions.

In Topic: Success with ASROCK P4Dual/775Dual-995GL....

19 September 2005 - 09:16 AM

great news that you can use the pci-e for windows and the onboard intel for osx.(right?) Because Ill be getting the p4dual board tuesday so i can enjoy osx, but the problem i was facing was the graphic card needed so i could play battlefield 2(lookin at a geforce 6600 pci-e) and use QE and CI in osx. So correct me if im wrong, i can use osx with onboard intel,while my geforce is in the pci-e slot and then when windows is booted it uses the card in the pci-e slot? Thanks for helping.


heres teh list of compatible pci-e cards
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