IB865 Full-Size CPU Card with Socket LGA-775 (Socket T)

IB865 Full-Size CPU Card

with Socket LGA-775 (Socket T) | Equipped Gaming Embedded System
3301600 - IB865 Full-Size CPU Card with Socket LGA-775 (Socket T) for Pentium-4 / Celeron-D Processor

Additional information

Discontinued

Yes

CPU

Intel Pentium 4 / Celeron D up to 4 GHz

CPU Socket

LGA 775 (Socket T)

Memory Slots

2 x 184-pin DIMM

Maximum Memory Supported

2GB

Memory Standard

DDR 266 / 333 / 400 MHz SDRAM

ECC Memory Supported

No

Onboard Memory

No

Dual Channel Memory Support

Yes

Chipset

Intel 865G and ICH5

BIOS

Award BIOS

Video Chipset

Integrated Intel 865G GMCH

Watchdog Timer

Generates system reset, 256 levels AUDIO/VIDEO

Real Time Clock

Chipset integrated RTC with onboard lithium battery

Serial ATA (SATA)

2 x SATA-150

Compact Flash

No

Disk On Chip (DOC)

1 x Disk On Chip

Video Memory

Up to 64 MB shared video memory

Audio Chipset

Realtek AC 97 codec

Gigabit LAN Ports

1 X Intel 82551 10/100 LAN

GPIO Port

No

PCIe Socket

No

PCI Slot

No

Mini-PCI Socket

No

ISA Slot

No

Serial (COM) Port

1 X RS-232C (internal), 1 X RS-232C/422/485 (internal)

USB Port

4 X USB – Version 2.0 (internal)

HDMI

No

LVDS

No

VGA

1 X VGA port

Audio

1 X 12-pin header with Line In, Line Out, Mic In

HDTV-Out

No

TV-Out

No

Approximate Weight

2.65 lbs (1.2 kg)

Dimensions

W: 13.33" x D: 4.8" (338 mm x 122 mm)

Operating Temperature

32 ~ 140˚F (0 ~ 60˚C)

Storage Temperature

-4 ~ 176 °F (-20 ~ 80 °C )

Relative Humidity

5 ~ 90% (non-condensing)

OS Software Supported

All popular Operating System Software including: Linux, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 Not all features are guaranteed to work under every O/S

Global P/N / SKU

3301600

IB865 Full-Size CPU Card

with Socket LGA-775 (Socket T) | Equipped Gaming Embedded System

3301600 – IB865 Full-Size CPU Card with Socket LGA-775 (Socket T) for Pentium-4 / Celeron-D Processor

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Additional information

Discontinued

Yes

CPU

Intel Pentium 4 / Celeron D up to 4 GHz

CPU Socket

LGA 775 (Socket T)

Memory Slots

2 x 184-pin DIMM

Maximum Memory Supported

2GB

Memory Standard

DDR 266 / 333 / 400 MHz SDRAM

ECC Memory Supported

No

Onboard Memory

No

Dual Channel Memory Support

Yes

Chipset

Intel 865G and ICH5

BIOS

Award BIOS

Video Chipset

Integrated Intel 865G GMCH

Watchdog Timer

Generates system reset, 256 levels AUDIO/VIDEO

Real Time Clock

Chipset integrated RTC with onboard lithium battery

Serial ATA (SATA)

2 x SATA-150

Compact Flash

No

Disk On Chip (DOC)

1 x Disk On Chip

Video Memory

Up to 64 MB shared video memory

Audio Chipset

Realtek AC 97 codec

Gigabit LAN Ports

1 X Intel 82551 10/100 LAN

GPIO Port

No

PCIe Socket

No

PCI Slot

No

Mini-PCI Socket

No

ISA Slot

No

Serial (COM) Port

1 X RS-232C (internal), 1 X RS-232C/422/485 (internal)

USB Port

4 X USB – Version 2.0 (internal)

HDMI

No

LVDS

No

VGA

1 X VGA port

Audio

1 X 12-pin header with Line In, Line Out, Mic In

HDTV-Out

No

TV-Out

No

Approximate Weight

2.65 lbs (1.2 kg)

Dimensions

W: 13.33" x D: 4.8" (338 mm x 122 mm)

Operating Temperature

32 ~ 140˚F (0 ~ 60˚C)

Storage Temperature

-4 ~ 176 °F (-20 ~ 80 °C )

Relative Humidity

5 ~ 90% (non-condensing)

OS Software Supported

All popular Operating System Software including: Linux, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 Not all features are guaranteed to work under every O/S

Global P/N / SKU

3301600

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