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Old 02-19-2013, 04:16 PM   #1
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Default INTEL D865GBF - D865PERC E210882 - PENTIUM 4 - mPGA478

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Great forum

I have this Motherboard from Intel:

INTEL D865GBF - D865PERC
E210882
PENTIUM 4 - mPGA478 SOCKET

At the moment no PCI boards, no USB or other peripherals.
Only PS2 mouse, keyboard and VGA.

Most of the time ... fans runs ... all lights ( front panel ) and no VGA signal. No beeps.

If boots and we do restart ... front panel or in W$n ... no boot anymore.

The caps tested with an ESR (EVB) in circuit.
If any value members can confirm or disagree please write.

1x 2200uF 10V 0,02
4x 1200uF 16V 0,00
3x 820uF 6,3V 0,00
7x 680uF 25V 0,00 Japanese


470 uF 10V 0,01 (near CPU ) 0,07 0,05 0,15
0,17 the worst case 0,44

100uF 25V 0,05 0,07 0,40 0,22 0,20 0,50 0,60 0,70 0,97 1,0

47 uF 10V 0,02
22uF 25V 0,03(C4G1) 0,22 0,10 0,44 0,06 (near AGP) 0,67
22uF 16V 3,2 3,2 3,2 and one 0,29



I need this board because we have 2 PCI boards for research (college) and can't continue, the W$n drivers are for this Board.


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Old 02-19-2013, 05:04 PM   #2
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Default Re: INTEL D865GBF - D865PERC E210882 - PENTIUM 4 - mPGA478

Don't measure them in circuit, as you will get the 'combined' readings of all of the caps in that circuit and it doesn't tell you if any of the caps are bad. What brands of caps are on the board? Any Nichicon HM or HN, or KZG?
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Don't measure them in circuit, as you will get the 'combined' readings of all of the caps in that circuit and it doesn't tell you if any of the caps are bad. What brands of caps are on the board? Any Nichicon HM or HN, or KZG?
Dear Sir,

Thank for your comments.

I know that if some paral. or serie cap. is in the way ... bad reading.

But the bad values (very high ohm) we can detect.

The low we can't see in circuit.

And if some members have this board we can see the difference.

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Intel boards have a jumper block, where an alternate setting is the equivalent of clearing CMOS

Or no jumper fitted at all, is for doing an emergency reflash

Download the manual for that board and check out what it says

If it won't start with a different jumper setting, or no jumper at all, I'd say you're wasting your time persisting with it

In my experience, when Intel boards die, they stay dead
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as pfrcom says "In my experience, when Intel boards die, they stay dead" and in my experience boards built for p3 and p4 prossesors are the worst.
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Intel boards have a jumper block, where an alternate setting is the equivalent of clearing CMOS

Or no jumper fitted at all, is for doing an emergency reflash

Download the manual for that board and check out what it says

If it won't start with a different jumper setting, or no jumper at all, I'd say you're wasting your time persisting with it

In my experience, when Intel boards die, they stay dead

Of course I did that.
Please read my first post.

I work with MacOSX, Linux and other computers.

I tested the CPU and RAM in other Motherboards.
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Old 02-20-2013, 04:36 PM   #7
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as pfrcom says "In my experience, when Intel boards die, they stay dead" and in my experience boards built for p3 and p4 prossesors are the worst.
I have several, P4 and don't see ...

What Linux ... Distro????

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Old 02-22-2013, 06:14 AM   #8
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Don't measure them in circuit, as you will get the 'combined' readings of all of the caps in that circuit and it doesn't tell you if any of the caps are bad. What brands of caps are on the board? Any Nichicon HM or HN, or KZG?
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The Japaneses please give some guidance ...

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