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Intel 915 or 925 ?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Steve-x8086, Feb 13, 2005.

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  1. Steve-x8086

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    I'm planning a new computer and was wondering about the difference between a 915 and a 925 mobo. Are the 925's even available yet? I'm planning on using a 3.2g P4 and near 1gb ram. Uses will be making pdf's, scanning documents/pictures, editing jpg's, making mp3's, some cadd and some dvd's. Penny for your thoughts.

    Thanks y'all, Steve-x8086
     
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    [FONT (y) =Comic Sans MS] :D TELLING PEOPLE WHAT TO DO IS A BIG RESPONSIBILITY.
    if you just need some inspiration, bored with reading all the hype boast the chipset magic, consider all new stuff untested untill the gaulible public evaluates it at their expense.
    How many chipsets have survived and are still made today mainly for industrial applications?
    Your choice is between a good investment and having the latest (experimental) technology.
    But if I had the money I'd go for that 915 with celeronD.
    have fun[/FONT][/FONT]
     
  3. Steve-x8086

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    Thoughts
     
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  5. Steve-x8086

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    I'm not sure where you came up with Celeron. It was not mentioned. I know that as you go up in a product line that the price usually increases. How about the difference in the mobo's that I amy appreciate. that means the letters that follow 915 and 925; IE... P, G, GV ect.

    Thanks, Steve
     
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    BIOSBOS mentioned the Celeron.

    As for the differences in the chipsets they are outlined in the link I provided.
     
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    there goes that guy with the funnylooking thing and all his wordly posessions under it...
    I was talking about the new KICKASS celeron D, which should be running around 800mhz today or soon.
    If intel learned any thing from AMD, it should be a damm good workhorse like Durons are.
    Now, if you want something really CAD capable, consider OPTERON and NVidia at 1600FSB, and stop fiddling around with intel, pentium and other suck stuff...
     
  8. winbob

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    Triple6,

    Take a guess 13...14....15...no higher :rolleyes:

    Oh, and are you:

    "that guy with the funnylooking thing and all his wordly posessions under it..."???
     
  9. Triple6

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    Maybe I'm simple but I don't get it :(
     
  10. biosboss

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    don't worry about it, just the old Viagra breath down here it seems, was hitting the bottle little too hard last night, went all over the forums and posted some strange stuff.
    I'm sure he feels a lot better now.
     
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    Triple6,

    Have you got any idea where this a$$hole is coming from or talking about?
     
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    Yeah its crystal clear..........................
     
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