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Return to General Old Hardware. Users browsing this forum: Pentium 4 motherboards thread Discussion about old PC hardware. I recently covered maunal various hardware between and Pentium III era. From time to time laying around Pentium 4 era parts in my house as I do local computer repair. Pentium 4 high end system.

Downloads for IntelĀ® Desktop Board DPERL

As most of you started lkae Voodoo Graphics and also use timless windows XP for long time, however this opportunity let me think about this. Both boards have excellent performance and stability. With Asus board I used pake work with long time ago and discovered it has very good compatibility, stable work and overclocking inetl.

What about board itself, and chipset it uses? Images been taken from internet, I have lack of good camera at this time. On the internet is widely motherboard rocj to find out informations about it.

For eg extensive manual: Anyone of you had experieced with this piece of hardware? PM me for more details. But note that there are revisions of these boards. In my gaming benchmarks the Prescott is a bit faster than Northwood, but not worth the extra heat and power draw. The EE IS worth it, it’s quite a bit faster, but not that easy or cheap to find. So my recommendations are to either go all out, and build one around the 3.


Or just go with a 3. But these games don’t run optimally on such a machine. Far Cry can run ok at x with medium details, especially in-doors tock will perform great, outdoors it might chug a bit. But yea, I would play that game on something newer. You will need to source a decent cooler for sure, careful with tower coolers, the boards expect airflow around the CPU socket areas.

Intel Desktop Board D865PERL – motherboard – ATX – Socket 478 – i865PE Series

VRM out caps are often shot, so if you are not into replacing caps inyel might be an issue. Do consider as you can use a very modern P35 board for example and play around with all the NetBurst processors.

And also Athlon Socket with PCIe is also lots of fun. They are all a lot of fun to be honest. YouTubeFacebookWebsite. I’m with Phil on this one, but reading your comment it seems you’re building a socket system for the sake of having one same reason I built a socket A system witch is perfectly OK. I’d use the Abit IS7 for it nanual. I tested both cards with one msnual those weird AGP Manjal boards and a 2. At x “Ultra”, the xPro cranked out fps, while the GT was only able to do The X did even better in D3D games.

Another common issue with these is dead NB chips. They seem to fail silently – the machine works now, you shut it down and it won’t come back on again. That is what mine did, until I reseated the cpu about 5 times, and has worked perfectly ever since.

IntelĀ® Desktop Board D865PERL

Maybe some isoprop in the socket pins might help. You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post. I wasn’t even using such a beefy CPU.

I think just a stock 3.

Unfortunately, they were not very popular where I live, and hard to come by. They tend to perform very well, have very good features.


Reliability seems to be a hit-n-miss with them. Perhaps on average their lifespan is shorter than that of their equivalent Abit boards, but this does not necessarily mean anything specific about any particular unit. The DPERL was a rather poor performer, since Intel obviously did not care to “unlock” any of the extra potential of the PE chipset, which was reserved to the P chipset. However their prices back in the days were comparable to those of the high-end boards from other vendors, so you can see why they were never really popular, except for corporate builds.

My rig was initially supposed to be built on top of DPERL, actually, but the inntel variant of lakr that was in stock was the low-end variant, missing onboard LAN, and a few other things which I don’t remember. Mamual in all, you could get a very nice, feature-rich board at the price of a PE, but with the option to unlock P performance if you had RAM with good timings.

The P4PE lived for over half a intsl in that machine, and I was generally very happy with it, except with the onboard audio, which was prone to interference. So I gave up and put an Audigy 2 ZS there, which is great-sounding, and has great drivers with tons of pake.

It’s onboard audio lacks a full set of jacks, but I don’t use it anyways. Board index All times are UTC. This site hosts no abandonware. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here.

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