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endyen

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It's a P4A northwood, notice the 100 mhz fsb, and the 512 cache.
The P4b had a 133mhz fsb.
 

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It's a Northwood and not a Prescott because it's not a failure.
Pop it into any i865/i875P based mobo with DDR400 and it'll run 3Ghz+ no problem.
rofl, u have a way with words wusy
 

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But Pentium4 got 2 model? prescott and northwood?

And i got no fan for my northbridge only a weird black plastic heatskink...
 

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But Pentium4 got 2 model? prescott and northwood?

And i got no fan for my northbridge only a weird black plastic heatskink...
No, absolutly not normal.. There is obviously something wrong with it.. As for the weird black plastic, not normal too... Should be silver.

I'll tell you, never..nerver open your computer case again.. you don't know what else you may discover that will make you to freak out. And don't use that CPU-z again.. Very dangerous..

No, keep on using Kazaa .. we really need some system with full of spyware and popup problems instead of a freaking normal system...
 

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while ur at it google porn sites just so u can get that extra bit of spyware with those pesty porn popups (weve all had em no need to lie here :)) also, unplug ur harddrive while its spinning up and then lick the power cable, just to make sure that its getting enough juice
 

parlee

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so you know it has the correct voltage DUH!!! jezz dont u people know anything :roll:
 

pat

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I'm confused.. if you plan to reply to me. user Pat, then.. ok, but if you wanted to reply to the original poster, then choose the reply button from one of his post and go ahead..

But if you wanted to have fun with me.. well, sorry.. maybe next time ..
 

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But Pentium4 got 2 model? prescott and northwood?
Actually, the Pentium 4 has three models, Willamette, Northwood, and Prescott. (They came out in that order.) Northwood was the best of the three.
 

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I've never heard of the Willamette, how is it, compared to the Prescott?
 

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its prescott junior. it was a pretty hot cpu back in its day, and pretty slow, but prescott has it beat pretty soundly in heat and crapiness.
 

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also, unplug ur harddrive while its spinning up and then lick the power cable, just to make sure that its getting enough juice
I was doing that but before removing the power cable, my friend said to stop and i could dit of it are you tricking me?
 

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thats how i test all of my components... the HD needs to be spinning at full rpms so ur sure that its getting a lot of power... but i duno if listening to me is a good idea, since i am a n00b of the forums, maybe u should listen to wusy for now on
 

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so that means i almost died for a stupid joke?
No, of course not. Your tongue might twitch like a snakes for a few minutes though. It's a good test of tongueasity.
 

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While the max normal voltage for a PSU is 12v and normally harmless, if something is wrong in the PSU, then putting someting on your tongue may actually kill you. Even 1 milliamp is enough to kill provided the sufficient voltage is there. Now, with something like 30 or more amps available in a PSU, and that there is at least at one point 120v in the PSU then this is a lot...

Please, get a multimeter.. it is safer and way smarter...
 

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Ugh right.. but i seen of when my case is open my cpu fan is spinning ar 2600 RPM max and when case closed, it run at 4000 RPM max why?
 
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