SBC83810VEA Socket 479 SBC for Intel Pentium-M / Celeron-M ProcessorFSB 400 MHz

Equipped Gaming Embedded System
3300020 - Socket 479 SBC for Intel Pentium-M / Celeron-M ProcessorFSB 400 MHz

Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Audio Chipset

AC-97, Compatible Audio

Global P/N / SKU

3300020

Video Chipset

Intel Chipset CRT SVGA

Memory Standard

DDR 333Mhz

MFR P/N

SBC83810VEA

Manufacturer

Chipset

Intel 855GME/852GM and 6300ESB Chipsets

Dimensions

W: 8.0 in. (203 mm) x D: 5.75 in. (146 mm)

BIOS

Phoenix-Award 4Mbit with RPL/PXE LAN Boot ROM, SmartView and Customer CMOS Backup

Cost

0

Serial (COM) Port

Four Serial Ports – 3 x RS-232C and 1 x RS232C/422/485

Discontinued

Yes

SBC83810VEA Socket 479 SBC for Intel Pentium-M / Celeron-M ProcessorFSB 400 MHz

Equipped Gaming Embedded System

3300020 – Socket 479 SBC for Intel Pentium-M / Celeron-M ProcessorFSB 400 MHz

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Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Audio Chipset

AC-97, Compatible Audio

Global P/N / SKU

3300020

Video Chipset

Intel Chipset CRT SVGA

Memory Standard

DDR 333Mhz

MFR P/N

SBC83810VEA

Manufacturer

Chipset

Intel 855GME/852GM and 6300ESB Chipsets

Dimensions

W: 8.0 in. (203 mm) x D: 5.75 in. (146 mm)

BIOS

Phoenix-Award 4Mbit with RPL/PXE LAN Boot ROM, SmartView and Customer CMOS Backup

Cost

0

Serial (COM) Port

Four Serial Ports – 3 x RS-232C and 1 x RS232C/422/485

Discontinued

Yes

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