|jmke ||17th August 2007 10:59 |
ASRock ConRoe 1333-DVI/H and Intel E2140 Budget System Review
Today, we take a look at ASRock's latest ConRoe-1333-DVI/H micro ATX board aimed at the budget minded and put in the lowest priced Intel Pentium Dual-Core E2140 for a test drive. Hopefully, we can get some free performance by overclocking! http://www.madshrimps.be/gotoartik.php?articID=604
|Sidney ||19th August 2007 04:45 |
I have no question that this E2140 will hit 400FSB or 3.2Ghz. 355 is the max as PCIe bus speed is now at 122, vcore fefault. At 123, the SATA HDD is lost.
|Sidney ||20th August 2007 00:55 |
Did not quite like the S-bridge passive heatsink getting as high as >54°C, the N-bridge is okay at ~45-48°C. I added my own specially wired 2x 40x10mm ~5,000 rpm to a single 4-pin molex on them.:)
|jmke ||20th August 2007 11:26 |
Same 40mm that comes with Chill Vent?
|Sidney ||20th August 2007 15:48 |
|jmke ||20th August 2007 16:10 |
silent then :D
|Sidney ||20th August 2007 16:24 |
Read ION HTPC case review on sound test ;)
|smilingcrow ||26th August 2007 19:16 |
I was interested to read about the method of pin modding the E2140; any chance of loading a photo to the forums? There are loads of photos of people using a conductive pen but this mod is unusual. Cheers.
|Sidney ||26th August 2007 19:30 |
Sure thing, will post them on upcoming E4400 review in a few days.:)
|Sidney ||27th August 2007 08:18 |
Here we go:)
sorry for one of them is out of focus slightly.
1066 FSB mod
Alum foil folded back to HS
1.4 Volt mod with two pieces of alum foil
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