P4 1.6 In a DELL 865pe mobo

P4 1.6 In a DELL 865pe mobo

Post by Dave » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 08:04:17


It's too old a generation of CPU for that board.

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DaveW
 
 
 

1. Upgrade processor P4 1.6 to 2.4 but BUs speed differs

2. Centrino 1.6 compiles code nearly twice as fast as a Dual Processor P4 Xeon 2.4Ghz

I still can't believe it and I've timed it up, down and inside out.

The Dual Xeon is a $3000.00 plus box and is the highest end box you
could get from Dell not that long ago. Fastest IDE, Fastest bus etc.

We have a very large set of sources to compile 1/2 million lines or
so.

It is all "managed" C++ code. It takes 20 minutes to build on the Dual
Xeon box (note Visual Stidio does not take advantage of the dual
processor).

My T40p does it in 11 minutes. Same exact tools and sources.

Both machines have 1 gig of memory.

The laptop has 7200 RPM drive. Xeon I'm not sure drive wise but I'm
sure it's at least 7200 RPM.

All I can think of is that this task of compiling really likes the
Centrino cache.

3. 1.25 Ghz P4 or 1.6 Ghz P5

4. 1 x Pentium Dual Core E2140 / 1.6 GHz or a P4 3.0 Which is faster?

5. p4 1.6 chip attached/locked onto heatsink

6. 1 x Pentium Dual Core E2140 / 1.6 GHz or a P4 3.0 Which is faster?

7. P4 Motherboard 865PE vs 875P Chip ?

8. Dual Core 1.6 Dell

9. Dell REFURBISHED DELL GX260 SLIM P4 1.8GHz 20GB 256MB - Model GX260

10. when 1.6 != 1.6? -- newbie

11. [News] Free Software Releases: LyX 1.6, Bazaar 1.6, Firebug 1.2

12. Do I need JRE 1.6 at all if I already install JDK 1.6 ?

13. Mozilla 1.6 (Debian 1.6-5) new window placement

14. which CPU p4 are supported by AOpen AX4C MAX mobo

15. Good P4 Mobo for Suse 8.1-9.0?