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Old 01-19-2004, 03:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Server upgrading, need help

hey, i'm new to the forums, but i think i'll like it here.

my first post is about a server i recently aquired- it is a Dell Poweredge 2300 pii 350MHz, used, i got it for 75 dollars. the only thing wrong with-one of the slots on the scsi backboard is failing. i've already ordered a replacement board, so after that it's all good.

the thing is tho i want to upgrade it. now, this is my first computer project, so i'm going to need a little help from the good people here at the Tech Forums.

first on my list, i'd like to find a compatible motherboard that supports pentium 4's. any suggestions? i've never put a computer together before, so i don't really know how to shop around for things like that, especially for servers.

i currently have a dual cpu motherboard that supports pentium 2's. i pretty much want the same thing but for pentium 4's (all the upgrades that come with it as well, of course). can anyone help me out here?

thanks in advance!

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Old 01-19-2004, 09:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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you can try going to and browing around there.

just click on motherboards, then you can type in what you are looking for to get specifics, such as dual p4.

good luck!
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