PIII 800MHz Tower
A typical PC of late 2001, Pentium III clocked at
800MHz. This machine is here only to be compared with similar machine
from similar period, a Duron 700MHz.
These computers were popular and used everywhere - from offices to gaming platforms, in the latter case usually owner upgraded CPU very quickly. Some modern improvements in traditional standards, such as ATA100 (or even 133) was already present, as well as, in most units, AGP. This unit has graphics adapter on board to be used as office low-cost computer. If needed, graphics board can be inserted.
|CPU||Intel Pentium III|
|Graphics||On-board Intel 82815 GMCH
...or AGP slot.
|Sound||ES1373 PCI card|
|Ports I/O||Onboard USB, COM, 1x LPT,
PS/2, 2xPATA, FDD.
|System expansion bus||1x AGP slot
3x PCI slot
|Floppy/removable media drives||1x 3.5" 1.44MB floppy
|Hard disks/ATA devices:||
SpinPoint SV2042H PATA (20GB)
LG 48x CD-ROM drive
Peripherals in collection:
|Operating system(s):||MS Windows ME|
The mainboard is the Intel one, so it won't offer overclocking capabilities or advanced timing control. Its setup, available by pressing F2 key.
However, you can alter memory timings by invoking the "Maintenance" menu, then selecting "Extended configuration" as "User-defined". This menu is present only when the system is in configuration mode. You can enter configuration mode by swapping BIOS jumper from 1-2 to 2-3 (closer to the mainboard's edge).
This mainboard is still supported by Intel - visit their D815BN support page to get a large manual, BIOS and drivers!
|ES1373 Win9x driver for sound card|
|RTL8139 driver - network adapter driver for Win98/ME|