Gigabyte socket 370 motherboard

  the.legend 01:23 26 Jan 2003

recently purchased a gigabyte ga-6vem series motherboard to replace a knackered one. Rebuilt the workstation with the old components (Celeron chip, sd ram etc.. etc...) but know it won't work at all. The machines powers up fine, but the monitor doesn't kick into life.Can anyone give me ideas why this would happen????

  DieSse 01:37 26 Jan 2003

Exactly what Celeron do you have. PPGA chips don't work in some new boards for FCPGA chips.

Your new M/board says FCPGA and FCPGA-2

  the.legend 01:41 26 Jan 2003

oops dont know how do i find out?

  powerless 02:03 26 Jan 2003

Look at the hardware there should be some identifying marks.

  DieSse 02:08 26 Jan 2003

On the chip itself - or in the original specs if you have them.

If you can post the speed, we may be able to tell from that (though not always).

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