ROBO-8777VG2A Full-Size PICMG 1 SBC with LGA 775 (Socket T) for Intel Core 2 Duo -0

ROBO-8777VG2A Full-Size PICMG 1 SBC with LGA 775 (Socket T) for Intel Core 2 Duo

3307720 - Full-Size PICMG 1.0 SBC with LGA 775 (Socket T) for Intel Core 2 Duo

Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Power Consumption

+12V:2.8A, +12V:1.3A, +5V:5.6A – 77.2 Watts is the Typical Power Consumption with an Intel® Core 2 Duo 2.12 GHz processor, DDR II 1 GB x2 memory, ST 3808110AS Primary Master IDE HDD, Microsoft Windows XP SP2 operating system, only CPU fan connected

OS Software Supported

All popular Operating System Software including MS DOS, LINUX, Windows 3.11 / 95 / 98 / NT / 2000 / XP. Not all features are guaranteed to work under every O/S.

Audio Chipset

Realtek ALC262

Gigabit LAN Ports

2 X Realtek RTL8111B 10/100/1000 Gigabit LAN

Video Chipset

Integrated Intel Q965 GMCH Graphics Media Accelerator 3000

Memory Standard

DDR2 533 / 667 / 800 MHz SDRAM

Global P/N / SKU

3307720

Chipset

Intel Q965 and ICH8

Dimensions

W: 13.33" x D: 4.8" (339 mm x 122 mm)

BIOS

Award BIOS

Approximate Weight

2.65 lbs (1.2 kg)

Serial (COM) Port

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

ROBO-8777VG2A Full-Size PICMG 1 SBC with LGA 775 (Socket T) for Intel Core 2 Duo

3307720 – Full-Size PICMG 1.0 SBC with LGA 775 (Socket T) for Intel Core 2 Duo

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Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Power Consumption

+12V:2.8A, +12V:1.3A, +5V:5.6A – 77.2 Watts is the Typical Power Consumption with an Intel® Core 2 Duo 2.12 GHz processor, DDR II 1 GB x2 memory, ST 3808110AS Primary Master IDE HDD, Microsoft Windows XP SP2 operating system, only CPU fan connected

OS Software Supported

All popular Operating System Software including MS DOS, LINUX, Windows 3.11 / 95 / 98 / NT / 2000 / XP. Not all features are guaranteed to work under every O/S.

Audio Chipset

Realtek ALC262

Gigabit LAN Ports

2 X Realtek RTL8111B 10/100/1000 Gigabit LAN

Video Chipset

Integrated Intel Q965 GMCH Graphics Media Accelerator 3000

Memory Standard

DDR2 533 / 667 / 800 MHz SDRAM

Global P/N / SKU

3307720

Chipset

Intel Q965 and ICH8

Dimensions

W: 13.33" x D: 4.8" (339 mm x 122 mm)

BIOS

Award BIOS

Approximate Weight

2.65 lbs (1.2 kg)

Serial (COM) Port

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

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