What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?

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Re: What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?

Postby FFXIhealer » 2017-2-03 @ 04:04

Do I get anything for having the SMALLEST Pentium 4 collection? Mine is ZERO. :lol:
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Re: What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?

Postby Carlos S. M. » 2017-2-16 @ 23:30

Got 4 Pentium 4 CPUs from scrap PCs

+ Pentium 4 HT 2.6 Ghz Northwood s478, SL6WS
+ Pentium 4 HT 3.2 Ghz Northwood s478, SL6WG
+ Pentium 4 531 Prescott LGA 775, SL8HZ
+ Pentium 4 650 Prescott LGA 775, SL7Z7
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Re: What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?

Postby ODwilly » 2017-2-17 @ 01:50

I have a total of 4 socket 478 3.06/256/533 Celerons. For some reason this cpu was really popular in OEMs around my area. None in use right now, but probably have 20 or so scattered around. Ranging from the 1.3 to the 3.8ghz chips.
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Re: What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?

Postby sprcorreia » 2017-2-17 @ 01:58

ODwilly wrote:I have a total of 4 socket 478 3.06/256/533 Celerons. For some reason this cpu was really popular in OEMs around my area. None in use right now, but probably have 20 or so scattered around. Ranging from the 1.3 to the 3.8ghz chips.


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Re: What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?

Postby ODwilly » 2017-2-17 @ 05:10

Lol sorry should have been clear, 3.8 is a lga 775 p4. 1.3ghz is 423 but I do have a 1.4ghz 478 chip. The slowest performance wise I think would be a 1.7/128/400 Celeron. Cant imagine running xp with 128mb of ram + intel extreme graphics and that cpu. Fastest 478 chip I had was a 3.4 Prescott
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Re: What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?

Postby Carlos S. M. » 2017-2-26 @ 11:12

Got 3 P4s more frm scrap PCs:

+ Pentium 4 1.8A Ghz Northwood s478, SL680
+ Pentium 4 HT 2.8C Ghz Northwood s478, SL6WT
+ Pentium 4 HT 3.2E Ghz Prescott s478, SL7B8
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Re: What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?

Postby Carlos S. M. » 2017-3-05 @ 02:08

Can't stop getting P4 based PCs lol, got another 3.0 Ghz s478 Prescott from a trash PC, aparently the PC was trashed just because it couldn't POST due to a BIOS misconfiguration, reseting the CMOS fixed the issue

+ Pentium 4 3.0 Ghz Prescott s478, SL7KB
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Re: What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?

Postby Radical Vision » 2018-1-26 @ 13:42

I have only x3 P4

Pentium IV - 2600MHz
Pentium IV - 2800Mhz
Pentium IV - 3000MHz (this one can be recognised only on post screen, on some software, as the CPU cap is scratched all over from some moron before me)

Soon i will have one of the best Pentium IV 3.2GHz i will use it on my 478 build with this

Intel 478 board.jpg
Original Intel board, with bad batch of Nichicon caps.............


I did think before to use this board

MSI platinum 478.jpg
MSI Neo Platinum 478


But i ended up selling that board, after all im not so interested in 478 as platform, but that Intel board will be better.

No matter i don`t have much 478 processor (seems i have about 4-5 Celeron 478...) i have like 20 PGA 370 processors, coppermines, tualatins....

Why there is no thread about K7 462 AthlonXP processors ?
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Re: What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?

Postby lordmogul » 2018-1-28 @ 10:25

There is another one nobody seems to notice:
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Pentium 4 505J
  • 2.66 GHz (20x 133 FSB (533 QDR))
  • Prescott E0 (SL85U)
  • 1 MiB L1 $
  • 84 W TDP, 67.7°C Tcase
  • EMT64, NX-bit, Intel VT
Why go for the fastest Pentium 4 for a socket, if you can go with the slowest one. (This in fact came from a prebuilt system) Only some Celerons should be slower than this for an LGA775 setup.

Besides that I got only one other in my collection:
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Pentium 4 HT 631
  • 3.0 GHz (15x 200 FSB (800 QDR))
  • Cedar Mill C1 (SL96L)
  • 2 MiB L2$
  • 86W TDP, 69.2°C TCase
  • HT, EMT64, NX-bit, EIST

Which I had running through a series of benchmarks against the one next to it, to see how much Conroe really improved against NetBurst:
Celeron 440
  • 2.0 GHz (10x200 FSB (800QDR))
  • Conroe-L A1 8SL9XL)
  • 512 kiB L2$
  • 35W TDP, 60.4°C
  • EMT64, NX-Bit
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Re: What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?

Postby alvaro84 » 2018-1-28 @ 11:15

Socket 423: Intel Pentium 4 1.3 GHz, 1.4 GHz, 1.5 GHz, 1.6 GHz, 1.7 GHz, 1.8 GHz, 2.0 GHz
Yeah, the 1.9 GHz model is still missing.

Socket 478 / Willamette: Celeron 1.7 GHz, 1.8 GHz; Pentium 4 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 1.8, 1.9, 2.0 GHz

There may be other Celerons but these what I could find in the wild.

Socket 478 / Northwood: Celeron 1.6, 1.8, 2.0, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8 GHz; Pentium 4 1.6A, 1.8A, 2A, 2.2/400, 2.26/533, 2.4/400, 2.4/533,
2.4/800HT, 2.5/400, 2.53/533, 2.6/400, 2.6/800HT, 2.66/533, 2.8/400, 2.8/533, 2.8/800HT, 3.0/800HT, 3.06/533HT, 3.2/800HT.

Socket 478 / Prescott: Celeron D 310 (2.13/533), 315, 320, 325, 330, 335, 340, 345, 350 (3.2/533); Pentium 4 2.4/533HT, 2.8/533, 3.06/533, 3.06/533HT, 2.8/800, 3/800, 3.2/800, 3.4/800

Socket 775 / Prescott: Celeron D 326 (2.53 GHz), 331, 336, 341, 346, 351, 355 (3.33 GHz); Pentium 4 505, 506 (both 2.66 HGz), 511, 516, 521, 524, 530, 531, 541, 550 (3.4 GHz)

Socket 775 / Prescott-2M: Pentium 4 630 (3 GHz), 640, 650 (3.4 GHz)

Socket 775 / Cedar Mill: Celeron D 347 (3.06/512/533), 352, 356, 360, 365 (3.6/512/533); Pentium 4 641 (3.2/2M/800), 651, 661 (3.6/2M/800)

I think this is all for now. I don't even like Netburst CPUs too much :lol: I outright hated them in their heyday but now they are humble members of my CPU collection.

Unfortunately I've never run into any Extreme (or Engineering Sample) parts. But they were rare in this poor country.
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Re: What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?

Postby Radical Vision » 2018-1-28 @ 12:43

I see the Pentium IV to be original only on 478 socket, as the 775 one is cheating and it sucks, so better to stick to 478...
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Re: What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?

Postby alvaro84 » 2018-1-28 @ 14:41

Radical Vision wrote:I see the Pentium IV to be original only on 478 socket, as the 775 one is cheating and it sucks, so better to stick to 478...


I wouldn't say 775 P4 is cheating. It's merely an abomination :D

But the roots of the P4 are not in 478. They descend into an even older socket, S423 which could only accomodate those big green BGA-on-PGA Willamette P4s. No Celerons, no Northwoods (at least not without an adapter), no higher FSB than the initial 4*100 MHz.

I actually like the clumsy sexy appearance of these 423 CPUs. Paired with those short lived RDRAM sticks they make pretty unique setups. Performance-wise they were never that great, and definitely couldn't give the best bang for the buck but they are an interesting part of history.
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Re: What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?

Postby KCompRoom2000 » 2018-1-29 @ 08:14

I currently have 7 Pentium 4s in my collection.

Pentium 4 CPUs that I have as spares:
- 1.8 GHz Intel Pentium 4-M Northwood (Socket 478 w/o heatspread)
- 2.0 GHz Intel Celeron* Northwood (Socket 478)

Pentium 4 CPUs that are installed on the machines I own:
- 2.0 GHz Intel Pentium 4-M Northwood (Socket 478 w/o heatspread) - Dell Latitude C640
- 2.2 GHz Intel Pentium 4-M Northwood (Socket 478 w/o heatspread) - Dell Inspiron 8200
- 2.2 GHz Intel Pentium 4 Northwood (Socket 478) (400 MHz FSB) - Compaq EVO D510
- 2.4 GHz Intel Pentium 4 Northwood (Socket 478) (533 MHz FSB) - Dell Optiplex GX260 (spare mobo)
- 3.2 GHz Intel Pentium 4 640 Prescott (LGA775) (800 MHz FSB, 2MB L2) - Dell Optiplex GX520

* Do Netburst Celerons count? I'm assuming they do since others have already mentioned having those in their collections.
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Re: What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?

Postby Radical Vision » 2018-1-30 @ 17:47

alvaro84 wrote:
Radical Vision wrote:I see the Pentium IV to be original only on 478 socket, as the 775 one is cheating and it sucks, so better to stick to 478...


I wouldn't say 775 P4 is cheating. It's merely an abomination :D

But the roots of the P4 are not in 478. They descend into an even older socket, S423 which could only accomodate those big green BGA-on-PGA Willamette P4s. No Celerons, no Northwoods (at least not without an adapter), no higher FSB than the initial 4*100 MHz.

I actually like the clumsy sexy appearance of these 423 CPUs. Paired with those short lived RDRAM sticks they make pretty unique setups. Performance-wise they were never that great, and definitely couldn't give the best bang for the buck but they are an interesting part of history.



Well while on 478 the P4 at least is somehow good, but on 775 is total crap compared to the other 775 CPUs..
Still i prefer the 478 as main, also no space, money, time and more to spend for useless socket like 423...






Now x2 more in the collection Pentium IV 3.2GHz or better to say post 3.4GHz...
And Pentium IV 2.8GHz, now only need to find the damn Pentium IV 3.4GHz, as i have great Intel board for them..

So far
Pentium I 233MHz MMX (have also Pentium I 200)
Pentium II 450MHz - Deschutes
Pentium III 1.4GHz - Tualatin
Pentium IV 3.2GHz - Northwood C
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Re: What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?

Postby greasemonkey90s » 2018-1-31 @ 03:47

Pentium4 1.8a nortwood have 2
Pentium4 2.4 northwood
Pentium4 2.6 northwood
Pentium4 2.8 northwood
Pentium4 2.8 northwood 30 cap
Pentium 4 3.2 northwood
Pentium 4 530 s775 2 of them
Pentium 4 631 s775

Motherboards
S478
Ecs 661fx-m
Ecs pt800ce-a
Intel 865g 2 boards
Gigabyte ga81pe1000 875 chipset

S775
Ecs p4m800pro-m
Intel d955xbk
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