PC Upgrade

  kat64 31 Aug 12
Locked

I have a Desktop PC with the following components and would like very much to know what is the most I can upgrade this for home use. The Motherboard is:MSI915GLM-V (MS7131) Chipset Intel 915GL Express ICH6 North Bridge Intel 82915GL GMCH Socket LGA775 Socket Processor Types Celeron, Celeron D, Pentium 4 Number of CPUs 1 Front Side Bus 800/533MHz Memory Type DDR Memory Channels Dual Maximum Memory 2GB External Graphics AGP8X IGP Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900 South Bridge Intel 82801FB ICH6 Audio 6-channel IDE 100/66/33 SCSI None SATA 1.5 GB/s RAID None LAN 10/100 Firewire None USB USB 2.0 Expansion Slots BIOS
Form Factor microATX

Kind Regards

  finerty 31 Aug 12

close one of the posts due to duplication

  lotvic 01 Sep 12

The other duplicate thread seems to have been deleted by FE.

kat64, The specs you have posted show what that motherboard will take. What are the upgrades you are hoping to do? you haven't said what is currently on it (which CPU, how much ram is on etc.) I presume you have XP on there at present?

  KRONOS the First 01 Sep 12

I do not think it is worth the money upgrading this as it is pretty old tech. Get yourself a motherboard/processor/memory bundle from the likes of Novatech.

  kat64 01 Sep 12

Thank You Lotvic and Chronus, I think you are right I reckon I can build a pc for just a few pounds more than trying to upgrade this one. Many thanks for your input . Regards

Advertisement

This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.

Windows 10 Home vs Windows 10 Pro comparison: Here are the extra features you get in the Pro version

Why Formula-e needs to go faster

How Found created this skateboard, bike and parkour stunts-laden, single-take car ad

Apple Pay UK launch date, UK user guide and participating UK banks | Apple Pay to launch in UK on 1?…

We use cookies to provide you with a better experience. If you continue to use this site, we'll assume you're happy with this. Alternatively, click here to find out how to manage these cookies

hide cookie message