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Re: Upgrading/Identifying Pcb Inputs
Your mobo will take a pentium 4 socket 478 processor, what Ghz you want it upto you, i think they went upto 2.8Ghz but i could be wrong.
This is an old socket type board so you may be better upgrading it or try the internet for a supplier.
The max amount of memory you can use is 2GB of DDR memory 266MHZ or commonly known as PC2100.
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Over voltages as little as 20% greater than expected (under the right circumstances) can cause components to fail with no outward indication of failure. Other times, these same or greater voltages will obliterate a component and without the benefit of a schematic will make identifying & replacing it impossible.
Nearby lightning strikes often cause multiple components on different PCB to fail at the same time, complicating troubleshooting significantly. Faults can appear on power supply PCBs and in the RF stages along antenna / cable inputs and out to cable boxes DVD players, etc.
These are usually not fixed by DIYers without specialized test equipment and manufacturer's service manuals.
the maximum amount of RAM for that pc is 1GB so upgrading isn't possible if you wanted to upgrade the speed of the RAM the maximum speed is 333 MHz which is not very fast so i would assume that's what the current RAMs speed is.
It might be best to upgrade your computer to something newer. You can even find something used on www.craigslist,org or www.ebay.com. I wouldnt put any money into a 10 year old computer. If you really want to upgrade to USB 2.0 - you'll most likely have software issues to overcome, too. Without knowing the full situation, it wouldnt be right to advise you to put money toward upgrading anything on your computer. Good luck.
>Can I upgrade the processor as well? Pentium 3 is compatible and what is the maximum MHz?
Maximum CPU for GA-6BXE is Celeron-1400 (Tualatin core, with PowerLeap Adapter:
...and patched bios by BIOS Patcher:
(last official BIOS don`t support Tualatin CPU-s)
>A bigger HD will be compatible?
With last F3a-version or patched bios - upto 128Gb.
>The BIOS can aslo be upgraded?
For max CPU / HDD - must be upgraded.