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Tech spec i have a chaintech 7NJS ZENITH ULTRA EZ. Do you know what year this came out, cpu potential range but most of all what wattage psu it needs ? chantech dont have the spec on this but hoped you might? Also have a mb with via chips on it 1 agp, 5 pci, 1 modem riser 3 ram blue slots (with central notch), 1 blue ide1, 1 black ide2, 2 yellow ide3&4, 1 fdd, 4 usb, 1 firewire, 2 serial, 1 parallel, 1 lan, 3 jack sockets, 2 ps2 sockets. What cpus can i put in it, psu wattage & ram details ???

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This board came out in October 2003. From the Chaintech tech specs:

  • Socket A for AMD Athlon XP / Duron processors
  • AMD Athlon Processors up to 1.4GHz
  • AMD Athlon XP Processors 1500+ to 3200+
  • AMD Duron Processors up to 1.3GHz
  • Hope this helps & please rate this solution fixya. Thanks.
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    Dose anyone know where i can find a manual for Chaintech 7NJS


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    Computers won't turn all the way on


    If the cpu were damaged, you would still get something at boot.

    Smell your power supply? Do you smell arcing or burning. If so, it may be your power supply. You can get a power supply tester for about $20. The power supply has several different voltages that it supplies. So, the system might seem to be on but not really.

    Depending on the size of your system, you can get a power supply for between $20 and $125.

    I am willing to bet that it is the power supply. A cheap power supply can easily burn out.

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    Where do i go to update drivers & software for Chaintech 7NJS-ZENITH ULTRA Motherboard


    Here is the only i could found
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    the needed wattage is directly linked to the componets you want to use other then the mobo itself. the main power surges are the CPU (takes 40 to 110 Watts) a graphics card (from 5 to over 150 Watts) the Drives (about 25-30 Watts eachs), the RAM and all the other addons and gadgets you build into your PC. Just add the different Wattages together and give it quiet some headroom. I usually drive this kinds of mobos with 400-550 Watts PSU to be on the save side, if i use a more or less "standard" graphics card, and even more with high sophistcated cards or lots of drives or such.

    if you "see" low power (Volts) it might also be a problem with a partwise defective PSU.

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    The PC I built won't turn on. The LED's work but everything else....


    Ya i think by all of that you hooked up, you need a great wattage PSU.
    Usually 512mb Graphic cards recommand on the specs for a 650+ wattage PSU.
    Try upgrading your PSU to 650+.
    Make sure there are no shorts.

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    UPGRADE GRAPHICS CARD


    Hey,

    From the looks of your system, Its a pentium D 915 CPU, with integrated graphics.
    From the spec sheets, you should be able to upgrade to even an 8800 series, although that would require you to purchase a higher wattage power supply.
    My recommendation is:
    if you want graphics grunt for later model games, (i.e shooters like CoD4) the card you need (without needing a new PSU) would be the 8600gt. This is an excellent card and does not require external power.
    If you want a cost-effective option, go with the 8500gt or an ati (amd) something equivalent. They arent the fastest cards out, but they will do a better job than the integrated graphics.

    Hope that helps,
    Sincerely,
    mister_apocalypse, aka <<CKS>>DRpyro
    and
    maxicube, aka 'monsieur'

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