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Posted on Aug 29, 2008
Pin arrangment is Industry Standard Architecture.....
pwr led pwr sw N/C
X X X X O
X X X X O
hdd rst N/C
translated this is top row left to right ...... power led, power switch no connection
Bottom row is left to right........ hard drive, reset, no connection
Note: not all computer cases have a reset button, also the connectors for power led and hard drive produce a light, if the light does not show, power off the pc swithc the cable rooun 180deg on the connector pins and reconnect.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
You should be able to purchase a cooler that fits your existing cooler plate.
Replacing a cooler can sometimes be a lot of work. Sometimes you have to remove the motherboard from the case and remove the cooler plate from the underside of the motherboard. Then coolers that use "just the holes" can be used. Or another (different) cooler plate can be installed that may have came with your new cooler. In my experience, the coolers that use "just the holes" (no plate) leave a lot to be desired. Plus, if you're not careful, you can damage the motherboard by applying too much force when installing the fan. If you use a new plate, don't forget to install the insulator between the motherboard and the plate, if it comes with one.
Be careful to protect against unwanted electrostatic discharge. Always touch the metal computer case before touching any parts inside the computer. Also, if you remove the mobo, take careful note of where all the wires go before disassembly.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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I searched the internet and also from my experience can tell that this system is quite good. This system has all what is required by the latest gaming titles to run flawlessly.
If I would be pinpointing small issues then only would find that the hard drive needs to be at least 1 terabyte nothing else to complain.
In my opinion its quite a 'heavy' system and will sure give you an edge in modern multiplayer gaming over the internet where performance is the key to success.
Just a reminder that you should use 64 bit version of Windows on this system as a 32 bit system will not be able to use the 4GB RAM. A 64 bit system will better use the resources and you can upgrade to a higher amount if needed.
If you install a 32 bit OS it will show the total RAM as 2.5 GB and rest will be wasted. Windows 7 64 bit will be the best choice as it supports multithread, multicore CPUs and advanced graphics with DirectX 10/11.
In short I can say that this system is very much adequate for todays software/games and possibly future proof upto two years for extreme gaming. Also you can move to a better graphics card and more RAM when required. And be sure to use a adequately rated UPS/surge protector.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
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