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Intel INT-S875WP1LX ATX Server Motherboard 478 Intel 875P

  • 478
  • Intel 875P
  • 4 x 184Pin

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  • Anonymous
  • 12/31/2005 2:51:16 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat Low
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

4 out of 5 eggsSolid

Pros: Server board, lots of bells and whistles . . . 6, YES, SIX SATA ports in 2 channels, can configure in several ways. 2 lans/1 Gigabite - the other 10/100 . . . does my P-4 3.2GHz Prescott quite nicely. The literature says it will run a MINIMUM P-4 processor @2GHz and a minimum or 128MB of DDR266/333 or 400 RAM. It also seems to like my Nvidia 5200 card too.

Cons: It is a server board and you need to load the SATA drivers before you can even use a SATA HardDrive or install your OS . . . To bad it isn't SATA 2 ready then you might get the performance out of the new drives that are out there.
I was a little disapointed when I found the other LAN was just a 10/100 not a 10/100/1000 like the other.

Other Thoughts: You should have a 24=pin connector and the CPU power has an 8 pin connector but a 4 pin works just fine and is Idiot proof, I could only fit it 1 way.
When I moved my Primary HDD from another PC it didn't get past the XP boot screen. I decided to reformat and reload XP everything worked fine after that. It might be my inexperience but I've found moving HDDs from one PC to another or changing Mo'Bo's one of two things happen with XP/XP-Pro it'll either boot up and start loading drivers for the new motherboard or it'll BLue Screen. I've never known any other way around the Falt-Stop (Blue Screen) but to reload Windows. {After making sure something else isn't screwed up, of coarse.)
I should have gone this route about a year ago.The 875P seems to be a bit quicker than the 865G or 865P that I have. I decided to let the PC with this MB in it run and it's been going for two days without a hitch . . . I'm going to try a P-4 2.4GHz/533MHz FSB Prescott just to see how it goes

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