Celeron 1.1GHZ motherboard

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Punkychan, Oct 6, 2002.

  1. Punkychan

    Punkychan OSNN Addict

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    Someone gave me a brand new Celeron 1.1 GHZ CPU which I'm thinking of putting it together to make another PC for me.
    What / which mother board supports that CPU ? I would prefer the one with onboard video/audio (don't mind the video upgrade since I have an extra Nvidia for later use).Where can I order one ?
    The CPU : Celeron 1.1 GHZ Socket 370 FC-PGA2
    Motherboard ???
     
  2. Taurus

    Taurus hardware monkey

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    what kind of memory.. ddr or sdr? your going for something kinda cheap or a good performance board?
     
  3. Punkychan

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    Memory depending on the motherboard.Either which is okay.Doesn't have to be an 'up' performance PC, just a normal one for normal applications.Maybe a 512 MB and 40 Gb HDD.Thanks
     
  4. i recommend Cheap pc100 sd ram, because its the fastest memory that the celery processors support, also ALL motherboards support UDMA 100 so a "WESTERN DIGITAL 40gb HD" will do the job,

    cost for all is less than $100:D well £'s actually cos im from UK.:cool:
     
  5. intel p3 boards......... d815XX d810XX do a search for "d81*" on ebay youll get a list of a bunch
    a d815eea-al say has sound/video/lan/and an agp slot for later.... and can be had for less than $40 or so
     
  6. bswollox

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    I've just set up a couple of pc's with the Gigabyte GA-6VTXE-A (1.1 and 1.3 celeron).

    Seems to work fine and has onboard sound plus loads of overclocking potential.
    These are getting a bit old now so you can buy them new for around £50 :)