X8SI6-F ATX Industral Motherboard with Socket LGA 1156 for Intel Xeon X3400 / L3400 Core i3 and Pentium Processors

Equipped Gaming Embedded System
2808013 - ATX Industrial Motherboard with Socket LGA 1156 for Intel Xeon X3400 / L3400 Core i3 and Pentium ProcessorsnProduct Drivers

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Weight

1 kg

Audio Chipset

N/A

Gigabit LAN Ports

2 x Intel 82574L Gigabit Ethernet Controllers; 1 x Realtek RTL8201N PHY (Dedicated IPMI)

Global P/N / SKU

2808013

Video Chipset

Matrox G200eW

Memory Standard

DDR3 800 / 1066 / 1333MHz

MFR P/N

X8SI6-F

Manufacturer

Chipset

Intel 3420 Chipset

Dimensions

W: 12.0" (305 mm) x D: 9.6" (244 mm)

BIOS

32Mb SPI Flash EEPROM with AMI BIOS

Cost

0

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2808013: ATX Industral Motherboard with Socket LGA 1156 for Intel Xeon X3400 / L3400 Core i3 and Pentium Processors

Product Features

Dimensions : W: 12.0" (305 mm) x D: 9.6" (244 mm) FSB : N/A CPU : Intel Xeon X3400 / L3400 Series; Core i3; Pentium G6950; Celeron G1101 Socket : LGA 1156 Chipsets : Intel 3420 Chipset Memory :

Serial (COM) Port

1 x Fast UART 16550 Serial Port

Discontinued

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X8SI6-F ATX Industral Motherboard with Socket LGA 1156 for Intel Xeon X3400 / L3400 Core i3 and Pentium Processors

Equipped Gaming Embedded System

2808013 – ATX Industrial Motherboard with Socket LGA 1156 for Intel Xeon X3400 / L3400 Core i3 and Pentium ProcessorsnProduct Drivers

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Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Audio Chipset

N/A

Gigabit LAN Ports

2 x Intel 82574L Gigabit Ethernet Controllers; 1 x Realtek RTL8201N PHY (Dedicated IPMI)

Global P/N / SKU

2808013

Video Chipset

Matrox G200eW

Memory Standard

DDR3 800 / 1066 / 1333MHz

MFR P/N

X8SI6-F

Manufacturer

Chipset

Intel 3420 Chipset

Dimensions

W: 12.0" (305 mm) x D: 9.6" (244 mm)

BIOS

32Mb SPI Flash EEPROM with AMI BIOS

Cost

0

Ordering Options

2808013: ATX Industral Motherboard with Socket LGA 1156 for Intel Xeon X3400 / L3400 Core i3 and Pentium Processors

Product Features

Dimensions : W: 12.0" (305 mm) x D: 9.6" (244 mm) FSB : N/A CPU : Intel Xeon X3400 / L3400 Series; Core i3; Pentium G6950; Celeron G1101 Socket : LGA 1156 Chipsets : Intel 3420 Chipset Memory :

Serial (COM) Port

1 x Fast UART 16550 Serial Port

Discontinued

0

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