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Looks like it will only go up to ddr2 667mhz, if you look near your memory banks it should say, just in case theres a few models of this motherboard

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I need the manual for the Abit TH7 raid motherboard to match the 1.4G intel Pentium 4 processor


The old Abit TH7 RAID mobo, ay?

http://www.motherboards.org/reviews/motherboards/925_2.html


The Socket 478 motherboard uses an Intel 82850 Northbridge chip, and Intel 82801BA Southbridge chip, for the motherboard chipset.
(ICH2 is 82801BA)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_intel_chipsets#Pentium_4_chipsets

(Intel's term for their Northbridge chip is MCH. Memory Controller Hub,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northbridge_%28computing%29

The Northbridge chip handles the faster capabilities of the computer.
The Southbridge chip handles the slower capabilities.

The Northbridge chip handles the Processor, Ram Memory, and High-speed graphics.
AGP and PCI-Express are high-speed graphics.

{The Abit TH7 RAID mobo has an Accelerated Graphics Port expansion slot, for a graphics card. AGP)

A graphics (Video) card inserted into a PCI expansion slot, or Integrated Graphics,
is Not high-speed graphics.

(Integrated Graphics is also referred to as OnBoard Graphics.
On the motherBoard )

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Motherboard_diagram.svg

As you can see in the chart on Wikipedia the FSB support for the Intel 850 chipset (Intel 82850) is 400MHz.

In conclusion, you know now that you can use an Intel Pentium 4 processor,
A) That fits in a Socket 478 processor socket,

B) Has a maximum Front Side Bus frequency rate ('Speed') of 400MegaHertz. (FSB 400MHz)

Here is a link to the Motherboard Manual (PDF file format),

http://www.motherboards.org/mobot/manuals/Abit/

Scroll about three-quarters down the page, until you come the heading in the left column -
th7.pdf

Left-click on Download to the right.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

Jul 02, 2011 | Abit TH7-RAID Motherboard

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I have replaced the mobo in my dv6000 and still have the same issue. power sometimes comes on for a second or two. Power supply is generic but output is pretty close to spec...within .25 vdc. Should I...


It is highly unlikely that the it is your mobo since you saw the same problem. I would try to find another power supply before doing anything about the processor. Some times DC power supplies are defective either because can't handle the load(amperage pulls it down) or there is a breakdown where it lets through some of the AC component. You would need a oscilloscope to see the AC component. Just try to swap it out with another that has the same specs.
If it still gives you problems, the only thing left is the processor.

Dec 25, 2009 | HP Computers & Internet

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Can foxconn g33M02 handle 500watt psu? and what nvidia geforce 8 series will work on my mobo?


Nvidia Geforce 8 is PCI-E Card.
Here are the list. This were all best and good to your MOBO.

bar_specs.jpg Core Clock (MHz) Shader Clock (MHz) Memory Clock (MHz) Memory Amount Memory Interface Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec) Texture Fill Rate (billion/sec) GeForce
8800 Ultra 612 1500 1080 768MB 384-bit 103.7 39.2 GeForce
8800 GTX 575 1350 900 768MB 384-bit 86.4 36.8 GeForce
8800 GTS 500 1200 800 640MB or
320MB 320-bit 64 24 GeForce
8800 GTS 512MB3 650 1625 970 512MB 256-bit 64 41.6 GeForce
8800 GT
600 1500 900 512MB 256-bit 57.6 33.6 GeForce
8800 GS 550 1375 800 384MB 192-bit 38.4 26.4 GeForce
8600 GTS 675 1450 1000 256MB 128-bit 32 10.8 GeForce
8600 GT 540 1190 700 256MB 128-bit 22.4 8.64 GeForce
8500 GT 450 900 400 256MB 128-bit 12.8 3.6 GeForce
8400 GS 450 900 400 256MB 64-bit 6.4 3.6
  • Full support for both Microsoft® DirectX 10 and DirectX 9 for unparalleled levels of graphics realism and performance
  • NVIDIA PureVideo™ HD2 technology provides unsurpassed Blu-ray and HD DVD movie picture quality
  • NVIDIA 8 Series graphics processors are essential for accelerating the best Microsoft® Windows Vista™ experience
Here is the link for more details about GeForce 8 series:
www.yboyandrei.com/geforce8

Hope i help a lot and give some ideas.

If i am helpful, please rate me.
Thank you. Good luck!

Yboyandrei

Aug 18, 2009 | Foxconn (755A01-6ELRS) (K8S755A6ELRS)...

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Intel 975 lt beeps 3 times w/wo memory


its the memory issue try to install 1 memory one at a time and try to chang the slots

Jul 03, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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PC2700 or PC3200 DDR memory in this mobo ?


MEMORY ecs_buttom_03.gif 2 x 184-pin DDR DIMM socket support up to 2 GB ecs_buttom_03.gif Support DDR400/333/266 DDR SDRAM

Copied above from ECS website so the answer would yes as it supports up to 3.2GB/s transfer rates at DDR400

May 14, 2009 | VIA ECS PM800-M2 PM800 P4FSB 800 Supports...

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Compatible vid card for my foxconn P4M9007MB MOBO


You will be fine with nVidia 9800 ! thats perfect for your mobo.
Youst make sure you have enough of memory to, those games you talking about needs a lot of memory to work perfect.
I suggest you install at least 3GB memo, or even better 4GB. Thats the maximum of memory you can have on that mobo.

Here is the spec of your mobo
http://www.foxconnchannel.com/product/Motherboards/detail_overview.aspx?ID=en-us0000243



Good luck to you

Dec 17, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Memory types


IS P4Mam MS-6787 M-ATX Support DDR 2 ram ?????

Dec 03, 2008 | MSI MBOX P4MAM-V (MBOXP4MAMV) Barebone

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16g RAM on 32 bit mobo?


Well...i never heared of a 16gbram mobo and also no OS is able to support it propery and also u don't need so much memory but whatever.You could use smaller modules like 1gb or 2gb but you must know wht type of memory it uses and also what's the minimum amount of ram that can be used.

Oct 30, 2008 | ASUS P5S800-VM Motherboard

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I would like to install more RAM on an evesham desktop PC. There is no tech support now - how do I determine what spec RAM to buy?


You need to check that on the momery installed on your computer or if you can find the brand and model of your motherboard(mobo) you can find what memory you need by going to the manual of the mobo (you can go to the mobo's website and check the manual, it will list the compatible memory module fo your mobo).

Sep 17, 2008 | Evesham Computers & Internet

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High density memory


need low densisty on ebay 35 buck eash 1 gb ok works on picky mobos way better

Feb 07, 2008 | Dell (E210882) Motherboard

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