1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 17, 2008 2:53 AM by davo666

    Intel Socket 775



      What is the best mother board to replace this one P5P800 SE? They don't make this anylonger and I really have to find an upgrade that's an ATX form factor. All my client needs it for is the surveillance system. I hope to upgrade  to a full Intel board instead of an Asus with Intel on it. Here are the specs, I hope someone can help because I need it and I would appreciate anyone with this knowledge.



      P5P800 SE




      Intel Socket 775 Pentium® D/Pentium® 4/Celeron Processors

                     Compatible with Intel® 05B/ 05A and 04B/04A processors

                     Support Intel® EM64T/ EIST/ Hyper-Threading Technology


      Intel 865PE

                     Intel ICH5

      Front Side Bus

      800/533/ MHz


      4 x184-pin DIMM, Max. 4 GB, DDR 400/333/266 SDRAM ,Non-ECC,Un-buffered Memory

                     Dual Channel memory architecture

                     ASUS Hyper-Path Technology

      Expansion Slots

      4 x PCI

                     1 x AGP 8x / 4X (0.8V, 1.5V only)



                     2 xUltraDMA 100/66/33

                     2 xSATA 3 Gb/s ports


      8 USB 2.0 ports


      ADI AD1888 SoundMAX 6 -Channel audio CODEC

                     S/PDIF out on back I/O port


      Intel 82540EM Gigabit/ LAN Controller supporting BASE-T Ethernet 100/10

      Overclocking Features

      Intelligent overclocking tools

                     - ASUS CPU Lock Free

                     - AI Overclocking (intelligent CPU frequency tuner)

                     - CPU and Memory voltage adjustable

      SFS (Stepless Frequency Selection)

                     - FSB tuning from 100MHz up to 400MHz at 1MHz increment

                     - Adjustable FSB/DDR ratio. Fixed AGP/PCI frequencies

      Overclocking Protection

                     - ASUS C.P.R.(CPU Parameter Recall)

      Special Features

      ASUS MyLogo

                     ASUS EZ Flash

                     ASUS CrashFree BIOS 2

                     ASUS Q-Fan

      Back Panel I/O Ports

      1 x Parallel

                     1 x PS/2 Keyboard

                     1 x PS/2 Mouse

                     1 x Serial port

                     1 x S/PDIF Out

                     1 x LAN(RJ45) port

                     4 x USB 2.0/1.1

                     6 -Channel Audio I/O

      Internal I/O Connectors

      2 x USB connectors supports additional 4 USB 2.0 ports

                     1 x Floppy disk drive connector

                     2 x IDE connector

                     2 x SATA connectors

                     1 x CPU Fan connector

                     1 x Chassis Fan connector

                     1 x Power Fan connector

                     1 x S/PDIF Out connector

                     1 x4-pin ATX 12V Power connector

                     24 -pin ATX Power connector

                     Front panel audio connector

                     Game/MIDI port connector

                     Chassis Intrusion connector

                     CD/AUX audio in

                     System Panel Connector


      4 Mb Flash ROM

                     DMI 2.0

                     AMI BIOS


                     WfM 2.0


      WOL/WOR by PME,Chasis Intrusion,PXE,RPL,

      Support Disc


                     ASUS PC Probe

                     Anti-virus software (OEM version)

                     ASUS LiveUpdate Utility


      User's manual

                     x IDE cables

                     x UltraDMA 133/100/66 cables

                     x Floppy disk drive cables

                     x SATA cables

                     SATA power cables

                     I/O Shield

      Form Factor

      ATX Form Factor

                     12 inch x 8.4 inch ( 30.5 cm x 21.3 cm )






        • 1. Re: Intel Socket 775


          Hey there QT.



          We also used to use many of the ASUS motherboards, but can now get Intel units for the "right price", so no longer use the ASUS units. I asume you are wanting a smilar motherboard so as not to have to relaod the operating system & security applications ? (Let me guess, the client no longer has any installation media, and the security company is long gone?)



          We have most recently been using the DQ38J series to replace failed LGA775 series ASUS motherboards. The chipsets (apart from VIA based units) appear to be similar enough that the PC will at least boot and an operating system repair can be performed from there.



          Good Luck,