TEG-PCITX 32-bit PCI 1000Base-T Gigabit Ethernet (Trendware)

TEG-PCITX 32-bit PCI 1000Base-T Gigabit Ethernet (Trendware)

Post by aykat s » Sun, 10 Jun 2001 05:38:37



Is this card supported?

TY

 
 
 

1. Best Build machine: KT333 w/ 32 bit PCI or KT266 w/ 64 bit pci

Hi,

I want to build a machine for compiling. I'm looking for a motherboard
with a KT333 chip set and 2, 64 bit PCI slots for a caching SCSI RAID
controller and a 2 GB NIC. Our make files and compiler won't take
advantage of dual processors. The only motherboards I have found with 64
bit PCI slots have slow KT266 or 760 chip sets.

Would it be faster to go with

   * Gigabyte GA-7VRXP or ABit AT7 or Asus A7V333
   * Athlon XP Thoroughbred 2200+ overclocked to the max (what is max?)
   * KT333 chip set
   * 1.5 GB Corsair PC3000, CAS 2, 370 MHz DDR
   * 32 bit, 33 MHz PCI
   * Adaptec SCSI RAID 2100S w/ 128 MB cache, RAID 0
   * 4, Cheetah X15, 73 GB, 8 MB cache on RAID
   * One Cheetah X15 for Linux, one for swap on other SCSI channel
   * Water cooled CPU

or

   * Tyan Thunder K7X or Asus A7M266-D
   * Dual Athlon MP 2100+ Palamino slightly overclocked
   * AMD-760 MPX or KT266 chip set
   * 2 GB Corsair PC2100, CAS 2.5, 266 MHz DDR
   * 64 bit, 66 MHz  PCI
   * Adaptec SCSI RAID 3210S w/ 256 MB cache, RAID 0
   * 4, Cheetah X15, 73 GB, 8 MB cache on RAID
   * One Cheetah X15 for Linux, one for swap on other SCSI channel
   * Water cooled CPU

The system will be paid for with company dollars so price is no object.

The compiler, linker, libraries, source, objects and temp objects will
all fit in 1.5 GB for a single build. The time to load 300 MB into RAM
for 32 bit, 33 MHz at 132 MB/sec is 2.3 seconds and I think that 4
Cheetah X15s will keep the PCI bus saturated. With 64 Bit and 66 MHz, it
would be about 1/2 second. I think that the compile and link time will
dwarf the loading time. We currently have 30 minute builds with dual P4,
1.4 GHz and slow, 10k RPM, NAS disks (and many users) and I am shooting
for 10 minutes or less.

I really only need to do a single build at a time and the most time
consuming part of the build is the link which is extremely CPU and
memory intensive. Assuming near zero swapping, and the inability to
efficiently make use of dual processors, how much faster will the faster
cpu/chip/memory system be than the other?

How far can you overclock the Thoroughbred XP or the Palamino MP with
the same water cooling system?

How fast would a P4 2.4 GHz be compared to the XP Thoroughbred 2200+
overclocked to ~2400+ for compiling and linking?

I want a dragster. Best Motherboard? Any brilliant ideas appreciated!

    Brian

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