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Asus P4P800S-X Motherboard Specifications
Part # P4P800S-X
Key Specifications P4P800S-X Motherboard
Manufacturer Part # P4P800S-X
CPU Support
Socket Type Socket 478

CPUs Supported
Intel Pentium 4/ Celeron up to 3.6GHz+
Front Side Bus Speed (FSB) 800/533/400MHz
Form Factor
Intel 848P MCH
Intel ICH5
BIOS 3Mb Flash ROM, AMI BIOS, PnP, DMI2.0, WfM2.0, SM BIOS 2.3, ACPI, ASUS EZ Flash, CrashFree BIOS 2, ASUS MyLogo
Number of Slots 2 x 184-Pin DIMM Sockets

Memory Type
Maximum Memory 2 GB
2 x UltraDMA 100/66/33
Built-in ICH5 supports 2 x Serial ATA
Integrated Features
Audio ADI AD1888 SoundMAX 6-channel audio CODEC
support S/PDIF out interface
LAN Realtek RTL8100C 10/100 Mbps LAN PCI Controller
Expansion Slots
1 x AGP 8X (0.8V, 1.5V only)
5 x PCI
Integrated 8 USB2.0 ports
Special Features Support S/PDIF out Interface
ASUS C.P.R. (CPU Parameter Recall)
ASUS Instant Music~Lite
ASUS CrashFree BIOS 2
Back Panel
I/O Ports 1 x Parallel
1 x Serial
1 x PS/2 Keyboard
1 x PS/2 Mouse
1 x Audio I/O
1 x SPDIF out
1 x RJ45
4 x USB 2.0
Internal I/O
Connectors 2 x USB 2.0 connector support additional 4 USB 2.0 ports
CPU / Chassis FAN connectors
Chassis Intrusion
20-pin ATX Power connector
4-pin ATX 12V Power connector
S/PDIF out Interface
CD / AUX audio in
Game/MIDI port connector
20 Pin Panel connector
Front Panel Audio connector
(W x D)

12' x 8.2'
3 Years
Includes in the Box
User's manual
1 x 2-port USB cable
1 x UltraDMA cable
1 x FDD cable
I/O shield
ASUS LiveUpdate Utility
Trend Micro PC-cillin 2002 anti-virus software (OEM version)
Asus P4P800S-X Summary
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Socket 478
Socket 478.jpg
Chip form factors Flip-chip pin grid array (FC-PGA2 or FC-PGA4)
Contacts 478 (not to be confused with the new Socket P that also uses 478-pins)
FSB protocol AGTL+
FSB frequency 400 MT/s
533 MT/s
800 MT/s
Processor dimensions 1.38 × 1.38 inches[1]
Processors Intel Pentium 4 (1.4 - 3.4 GHz)
Intel Celeron (1.7 - 2.8 GHz)
Celeron D (2.13 - 3.2 GHz)
Intel Pentium 4 Extreme Edition (3.2, 3.4 GHz)

This article is part of the CPU socket series

Socket 478 is 478 contact CPU socket used for Intel's Pentium 4 and Celeron series CPUs. Socket 478 was phased out with the launch of LGA 775.



[edit] Technical specifications

Socket 478 has been used for all of the Northwood Pentium 4s and Celerons the first Prescott Pentium 4s, and all Willamette Celerons and some Willamette Pentium 4s. Socket 478 also supports newer Prescott Celeron Ds, and early Pentium 4 Extreme Edition processors with 2 MiB of L3 cache. The socket was launched with the Northwood core to compete with AMD's 462-pin Socket A and their Athlon XP processors. Socket 478, which accommodates high and low-end processors, was also the replacement for Socket 423, a Willamette processor socket which remained in the market for only a short time.

Celeron Ds are also available for Socket 478 and were the last CPUs made for the socket.

While the Intel mobile CPUs are available in 478-pin packages, they in fact only operate in a range of slightly differing sockets, Socket 479, Socket M, and Socket P, which are also incompatible with each other.

[edit] Mechanical load limits

All socket (Pentium 4 and Celeron) have the following mechanical maximum load limits which should not be exceeded during heatsink assembly, shipping conditions, or standard use. Load above those limits will crack the processor die and make it unusable.

Location Dynamic Static Transient
IHS Surface 890 N(200 lbf) 445 N(100 lbf) 667 N(150 lbf)

[edit] See also

[edit] References

  1. ^ "Intel Pentium 4 Datasheet".

[edit] External links

Friday, May 04, 2007

course is over

This blog was originally a requirement for a course. Now finished.
Now this blog is free to degenerate into a hodgepodge of intermittent rambling about whatever takes my fancy. As far as I can ascertain, my readership is negligible, which gives me certain license too...

For many years, with a few exciting but fleeting exceptions, I've been somewhere between 10 and 20 kgs overweight. No major drama, I've judiciously invested my ego elsewhere. In my B.A. I studied enough women's studies to think that this whole weight thing is a tad ridiculous anyway. Also I'm lazy - weight maintenance is work!

But this darn oh it's an obesity epidemic we're all going to get fatterandfatteruntilweexplode thing is getting to me. So I devised a framework which was so long term and low key that I've managed to stick to it all year, without any trouble.

Is it working? I think so. I don't have any tools for size measurement in my house. But people have started telling me that I've lost weight so that's a good sign. Also my clothes are starting to hang off me.

So here's the plan. The framework goes like this. It would be good to lose 12 kgs, and I'll do that over a year. That's a kg a month, which shouldn't be too hard. Each month I'll change just one thing. (According to housekeeping guru you need a month to establish a habit.) Here's what I've done so far:
January - started taking psyllium. This is fibre and keeps things moving along. I just added this to my brekky smoothies.
February - started drinking dandellion root tea. One or two cups a day. This is a liver tonic. Given the job of the liver in burning fat, it seemed like a sensible move. Easy - I like the flavour.
March - started Karate once a week. I do this with Hubby and kids and it's wonderful for all of us for different reasons.
April - a few food substitutions. Replaced sugar with fructose. (access - easy, supermarket, price - expensive, GI - 19). Replaced white flour, bread and pasta with wholemeal. And kept our basic menu the same but have added more vegies - a minimum of 5 veggies in each dinner.
May - a trampoline is arriving on Monday, so bouncing for 30 mins a week is next for me.

So far so good. Only issue has been the time to chop up the veggies. Particularly because my younger child considers many veggies poisonous and I need to chop them so finely that they become indiscernable within the dinner mix. Considering buying a food processor. Oh, I guess I've been slipping into a sense of dieting, which probably isn't good. So I need to combat that.

The other really important thing is I replaced my worn out mattress and have been much more energetic since.

Hmm. Now I've got all of May to consider June's habit.

Thursday, February 08, 2007

2007. And we are off.

2007. Going well so far.
Things are in the pipelines. Funny time isn't it, when things are in the pipelines, but little is firmly ensonced?

Let's see - Looks like I've got a day a week teaching voice in a school. Starting in the next couple of weeks, most probably. I've got to attend a mandatory reporting course and get insurance, and a police check before I can start. The really convenient thing about this is working school hours -which means I get to work and also spend time with my school aged children. (This is a bit of problem with the work I do with adults, adult choirs happen at night, when my children aren't at school.)

Adult choir number three started last week, and two people turned up. Sounds a bit tragic, but this week, I am expecting six people. I like a choir that grows organically, with word of mouth, and there's no hurry. Choir number two took a year to grow to 12 committed singers.

Today, someone who used to be in choir number two, asked if I would be interested in starting choir number four. She's the sort of person who gets things out of the pipelines and into the real world, so this is likely to happen.

And today I recorded, with publishing people. All very embryonic. But good and exciting possibilities for my goal of recording my music, with the bonus of having someone else deal with all the business and promotion. (Suspect they aren't going to be interested in my more serious music, it's not what you'd call "commercial" - but that's OK! Suspect that a choral work for eg, with different time signatures for the different voices has limited appeal. just a hunch! They are interested in recording all of the more accessible songs we've written. Em's better at writing catchy songs than me.) Quite astonishing to me that money can be made from writing music. Really! I hope this works out and that Em (hubby/baritone/mantastic) and I get to create some great recordings of what we've done so far. Interesting studio - converted basement. The space is set up very nicely - we ended up leaving the recording completely dry. Not anything. Not even compression. That's unusual for me because I've got a big dynamic range.

And Marco leaves for Melbourne. Following my brother Gus who left for Melbourne. Marco felt like a brother, and my brother felt like a brother. I have another brother, Ben who already lives in Melbourne. that's two blood brothers and one brother like friend, all now in Melbourne. Well what's with that? Pros: tidy and easy to remember. Cons: distant.

Thursday, January 18, 2007

New Year - lots of 'damn'

It's January. hooray
I finished my C4 in Music Tech. hooray hooray
I've been on holidays for weeks and weeks and weeks. hooray hooray hooray

But this luxurious time of suspension must resolve - ideally downwards by semitone in the inner voice - and then it's time to DO STUFF.

The only damn question is what...

The lovely thing about studying full time last year, apart from meeting some damn cool people, learning some damn cool stuff, beginning to address my computer phobia and conservatorium anxiety, was the scaffolding that full time study provided. I didn't have to decide what to do, or when, or why. And between study, part time work, and familial/domestic responsibilities I was a very busy chicken. I was saturated - too full to be able to make decisions anyway, even if I wanted to.

And now all that is behind me and I have spare time again. And with that freedom comes responsibility. Damn. Damn. Damn.

I had considered a management style planning retreat, to nut out my vision statement, missions, objectives and aims. Move goal posts, level playing fields, crush the opposition. Plan to maximize customer satisfaction, generally aim for world domination etc. Saints preserve us - had I lost my mind?

Having rejected that, I tried meditating to discover my heart's yearning. Hmmm. Apparently my heart yearns for more sleep .

I didn't get into the course I applied for. And then spent some time swimming up stream with the doubt trout. Am I a delusional, talentless fool?

One can only go on in this fashion for so long. Eventually it's time to just vacuum all this shit up and look to Dr Martin Luther King Jr's apt quote

"To take the first step in faith, you don't have to see the wholestaircase: just take the first step."

So instead of worrying about the damn staircase, I'll just take a step.

My step and it's still damn big...

Get my compositions in order. This means:
1. proper sheet music on sebalius or similar instead of my handwritten scrawl. This is just going to mean software and time.
2. proper recordings. This means finding and funding beautiful singers, to rehearse and record and finding and funding a good studio for classical vocals.
3. Any other loose ends. I still have an incomplete game project from last year to finish writing. My Opera needs to be rewritten - turns out there is some craft to a good libretto after all! Who would have thunk it? And I really want to use what I have learnt in C4 to create an electronica backing of sorts for the Oratorio.

See what I mean. That's a damn big step. I've got three major works, and somewhere between 50 and 100 vocal ensemble songs or arrangements.

I must be a damn whole staircase junky, I automatically think, but then what? What will I do after that? What will be the point in this?

So I'm writing this blog, as some sort of commitment, partly to doing this stuff, and partly to sticking only to this stuff.

Ok? Damn it.

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

What do cars dream at night?

Some delightful distractions within Jahannes Sistermanns' presentation:

1. Windows with German words.
2. His resonant and sonorous voice. Didn't you just want to record him saying something, anything and then make music out of it?
3. The utter lack of direct causal relationship between the use of plastic as an artistic medium and entitling his works sound plastic.
4. The slow and sure realisation that we had moved out of Ramsey Street and into SBS heartland, where tiny cars frollick on grassed car parks.
5. His presentation moved between poetry and prose without explanation or apology.
6. I delighted in his anthropomorphic engagement with the world. Hats off to anyone who writes music from the tea's point of view....
7. Jahannes' understated, wry homour and art made me long for something - Europe perhaps?
8. His talk reminded me of a poem by frank o'hara:

why i am not a painter
by frank o'hara

i am not a painter. i am a poet.
why ? i think i would rather be
a painter, but i am not. well,
for instance, mike goldberg
is starting a painting. i drop in.
” sit down and have a drink “ he
says. i drink; we drink. i look
up. ” you have SARDINES in it. ”
” yes, it needed something there. ”
” oh.” i go and the days go by
and i drop in again. the painting is
finished. ” where's SARDINES ? ”
all that's left is just
letters, ” it was too much.” mike says.
but me ? one day i am thinking of
a color : orange. i write a line
about orange. pretty soon it is a
whole page of words, not lines.
then another page. there should be
so much more, not of orange, of
words, of how terrible orange is
and life. days go by. it is even in
prose, i am a real poet. my poem
is finished and i haven't mentioned
orange yet. it's twelve poems, i call
it ORANGES. and one day in a gallery
i see mike's painting, called SARDINES.

Sistermanns, Johannes presentation at University of Adelaide, 2 November 2006

Sunday, October 29, 2006

Apostrophe Guide according to Bob the Angry Flower

how to use an apostrophe

Bob doesn't mention ITS.
Use an apostrophe for a contraction (it is = it's) but not possessive (it took its shoes off during the show)

Saturday, October 14, 2006


Sorry Christian
Last semester you asked for brevity with this blog. Tut tut.