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These general instructions are intended to supplement or simplify some of the information in your motherboard manual
Make sure to read the manual that came with the motherboard - instructions differ for each one.
Ground yourself with any professional grounding equipment you have. Otherwise, ground yourself by touching the computer power supply.
Place motherboard on its anti-static bag.
Configure motherboard: Set jumpers or DIP switches for CPU, voltage(s), and bus speed, if necessary. If your motherboard is configured by software, you will need to configure it after you complete the physical installation.
Position motherboard in case. Line up holes in board with holes in case.
Insert spacers, plastic stand-offs, washers and screws, as necessary. Tighten screws carefully, but securely.
Make sure motherboard is not touching metal anywhere.
Make sure slots and connectors fit into openings on back of case.
Connect motherboard to power supply.
Connect CPU fan, if you have one, to power supply.
Connect reset and power switches to power supply.
Connect LED indicators to power supply.
Connect case speaker to motherboard.
Check all connections.
Test motherboard (and configure in CMOS if necessary) before installing other components of computer system.
TIPS AND WARNINGS
If possible, do installation in an uncarpeted area.
Be careful not to touch any chips. Handle board by its edges. Static damage (and even oil damage) may cause a failure months after the incident.
If you do not understand these instructions or you lack good manual dexterity, have a qualified technician install the motherboard for you
Desktop computer cases have standard mounting holes and screw stand offs.
There are a huge range of motherboards available, select well known brands, my favorite are Gigabyte, Intel and MSI.
Select a motherboard with the features you require. If you are into gaming, graphics/CAD then select a motherboard that does not have a built-in graphics chip, and then you can get a high end graphics card.
first u know vga of *********** board is built in
so it take memeory from ur main ram so umust have atleast 1 g ram
2nd your vga driver is intel so with games which need good vga card will not work
so my advice u need to buy vga card to play good
i think geforce 9600 1g is suitable for games as example undercover prostreet fifa 2009
Simple, look for some kind of reference to model name physically printed on main board, ie "GA-XX1239". Go to gigabyte's site, search via board model number, download audio, video, chipset drivers etc for relevant OS. Normally there's a pic of board so you have a visual comparison.
One of the better vendor sites is http://www.newegg.com where there are a few ways to do something close to what you want. There is a compare feature that allows you to do a side by side comparison of many different boards, feature by feature. The other tool they have is a power search, where you can select the various features you want: type of processor, SATA ports, PATA ports, USB, Firewire, Wi-Fi, Lan, etc. I am not aware of any feature decoder for their designations.
Hey there alcouto, your motherboard supports Intel Celeron, Intel Pentium 4, and Intel Pentium D processors. The socket set is LGA775. The FSB should be no higher than 800Mhz. It appears you have purchased the wrong CPU for your board. I hope the rest of the info helps you on your next purchase. Good Luck!