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Hi, I need to know what type of motherboard my Inspiron 530 has.

 

Anyone know?

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  • It's a Dell Inspiron 530 motherboard.

     

    It's OEM. There may be a retail version that comes close, but there would be enough differences that make a direct swap to take some work (Dell Windows install CD/DVD wouldn't allow booting to a non-Dell board, the front panel connector is Dell-unique, so you'd have to figure out a way to interpret the pin-out and work with the cable).

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  • I'm wanting to upgrade my current setup.  Do you know if this is compatible w/ the current MB?

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115041

     

     

  • appstate98

    The 530 systems were build with two different models of motherboards.

    If your 530 was purchased with a Core 2 Duo processor and a 300w power supply, this system usually has a 0RY007 motherboard, that supports Core 2 Duo processors only.

    If you have a Quad 4  processor and a 375w power supply, you have the 0FM586 motherboard.

    The 0FM586 motherboard can be used for both Quad 4 & Core 2 Duo processors.

    If you have the 0FM586 motherboard, the Core 2 Quad Q9550 Yorkfield 2.83GHz 12MB L2 Cache LGA 775 95W, should be compatible, providing before installing you update the BIOS to the latest version.

    For more processor upgrade info, go HERE

    Bev.

     

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  • What is the motherboard name if it's an Intel Celeron?

    I have a 530S

    Michael Doyle

  • The G33M02 Dell Part Number:0RY007 or G33M03 Dell Part Number:FM586 Motherboard does not have a part number based on the CPU.

    CPU compatability is based on the Revision of the Motherboard and the Power supply wattage.

    F824K Yorkfield   Quad Core, Q8200 , 2.33GHz, 04MB, 1333FSB, M1
    K213N Yorkfield  Quad Core, Q8300 , 2.50GHz, 04MB, 1066FSB, R0
    C863D Yorkfield  Quad Core, QX9300, 2.50GHz, 06MB, 1333FSB, M1
    N650J Yorkfield   Quad Core, Q9400 , 2.66GHz, 06MB, 1333FSB, R0
    C864D Yorkfield  Quad Core, Q9450 , 2.66GHz, 12MB, 1333FSB, C1
    C865D Yorkfield  Quad Core, Q9550 , 2.83GHz, 12MB, 1333FSB, C1
    F886J Yorkfield    Quad Core, Q9550 , 2.83GHz, 12MB, 1333FSB, E0
    N652J Yorkfield    Quad Core, Q9650 , 3.00GHz, 12MB, 1333FSB, E0
    MP626 Kentsfield Quad Core, Q6600 , 2.40GHz, 08MB, 1066FSB, G0
    T115K Wolfdale    Dual Core, E5200 , 2.50GHz, 02MB, 1066FSB, M0
    K151N Wolfdale    Dual Core, E7400 , 2.80GHz, 03MB, 1066FSB, R0
    H399J Wolfdale    Dual Core, E8400 , 3.00GHz, 06MB, 1333FSB, E0
    Y934C Wolfdale    Dual Core, E8500 , 3.16GHz, 06MB, 1333FSB, C0

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  • Doyle211

    What is the motherboard name if it's an Intel Celeron?

    I have a 530S

     
    Doyle211
     
    The Inspiron 530s has a Dell FoxConn G33m02/0RY007 motherboard and only supports Core 2 Duo, Pentium Dual Core and Celeron processors.
     
    Core 2 Quad processors are not supported.
     
    If you decide to upgrade the processor, prior to installing the processor, check that you have BIOS Version 1.0.15, or higher, when support for new Intel CPU's was added.
     
    Bev.

     

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  •  

    Dell Inspirons shipped with 1 of 2 different motherboards, both made by Foxcroft, and both quite similar.

    Released on June 26, 2006, the Dell Inspiron 530 is Dell's first desktop to use the Inspiron name. The Inspiron 530 has an Intel Celeron 450, and can be customized up to an Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550. It has 2 GB of DDR2 SDRAM at 800 MHz, which can be upgraded up to 8 GB (4gb for systems shipped with core 2 duo processors and g33m02 motherboards, and 8gb for systems shipped with core 2 quad processors and g33m03 motherboards - noted in the system documentation.

    The desktop has a 320 GB 7200 RPM Serial ATA hard drive w/DataBurst Cache, which can be upgraded to 750 GB. There are also data recovery versions of the 320 and 500 GB hard drive sizes. The Inspiron 530 is customizable with a variety of DVD+/-RW and Blu-ray Disc drives.

    The Inspiron 530 has integrated Intel GMA 3100, and can be customized up to an ATI Radeon HD 4670 discrete graphics card. It has integrated 7.1 channel audio and can be customized up to a Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeGamer sound card. The Inspiron 530 has no initial Wi-Fi card, but can be customized up to a Dell 1505 Wireless-N PCI-e card.

    The Inspiron 530 has two variants of motherboards, both made by Foxconn and based on the G33M series. The G33M02 which supports up to Core 2 Duo processors and the DG33M03, which supports up to Core 2 Quad processors.

    Inspiron 530 systems sold with Pentium Dual-Core or Core 2 Duo processors can not be upgraded to Core 2 Quad processors without adding at least a 350W power supply and swapping motherboards to the DG33M03 motherboard. The reason the G33M02 doesn't support Core 2 Quad processors is because it only has 6 voltage regulator ICs, the DG33M03 has 11.

    Hope this helps.

    Mike Roy

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  • FoxConn not FoxCroft.  There are more than 5 different motherboards. The Models are G33M  Rev02 and G33M  Rev03 however there are also A, B, C, D designations due to 4 ram slots vs 2 ram slots.

    The 530S is the Slim Desktop Version.

    www.foxconnchannel.com/ProductDetail.aspx

     HOME PRODUCTS Motherboards Socket 775 G33M

    • Intel® Core™2 Quad, Core™2 Duo, Pentium® Dual-Core, Pentium® D, Pentium® 4, Celeron® processors , Socket T (LGA775)
    • Supports Intel® next generation 45nm Multi-Core processors , Socket T (LGA775)
    • 1333 / 1066 / 800 MHz (FSB)
    • Dual Channel DDR2 800 / 667 x 4 DIMMs, Max 8GB
    • 1 x PCIe x16, 1 x PCIe x1, 2 x PCI
    • ATA x1, SATAII x 4
    • 7.1 channel HD Audio
    • GbE LAN
    • 12 x USB 2.0 ports

    System Board Components

    Inspiron 530

    1

    processor socket (CPU)

    2

    processor fan connector (CPU_FAN)

    3

    memory module connectors
    (DIMM_1)

    4

    memory module connectors (DIMM_2)

    5

    memory module connectors (DIMM_3)

    6

    memory module connectors (DIMM_4)

    7

    main power connector (ATX_POWER)

    8

    Floppy Drive Connector

    9

    battery socket

    10

    serial ATA drive connectors (SATA0)

    11

    CMOS jumper (CLEAR CMOS)

    12

    password jumper (CLEAR_PW)

    13

    serial ATA drive connectors (SATA1)

    14

    serial ATA drive connectors (SATA4)

    15

    front panel connector (F_PANEL)

    16

    front USB connector (F_USB1)

    17

    serial ATA drive connectors (SATA5)

    18

    front USB connector (F_USB2)

    19

    front FlexBay connector (F_USB3)

    20

    front audio (F_AUDIO)

    21

    PCI connector (PCI2)

    22

    PCI connector (PCI1)

    23

    PCI Express x1 connector (PCIE_X1)

    24

    PCI Express x16 connector (PCIE_X16)

    25

    audio connectors

    26

    2 USB and 1 LAN connector

    27

    2 USB connectors

    28

    chassis fan connector (CHASSIS_FAN)

    29

    video connector (VGA)

    30

    power for cpu (ATX_CPU)

    Inspiron 530a

    1

    processor socket (CPU)

    2

    processor fan connector (CPU_FAN)

    3

    memory module connectors (DIMM_1)

    4

    memory module connectors (DIMM_2)

    5

    memory module connectors (DIMM_3)

    6

    memory module connectors (DIMM_4)

    7

    main power connector (ATX_POWER)

    8

    battery socket

    9

    serial ATA drive connectors (SATA0)

    10

    CMOS jumper (CLEAR CMOS)

    11

    password jumper (CLEAR_PW)

    12

    serial ATA drive connectors (SATA1)

    13

    serial ATA drive connectors (SATA4)

    14

    front panel connector (F_PANEL)

    15

    front USB connector (F_USB1)

    16

    serial ATA drive connectors (SATA5)

    17

    front USB connector (F_USB2)

    18

    front FlexBay connector (F_USB3)

    19

    front audio (F_AUDIO)

    20

    PCI connector (PCI2)

    21

    PCI connector (PCI1)

    22

    PCI Express x1 connector (PCIE_X1)

    23

    PCI Express x16 connector (PCIE_X16)

    24

    audio connectors

    25

    2 USB and 1 LAN connector

    26

    2 USB connectors

    27

    chassis fan connector (CHASSIS_FAN)

    28

    video connector (VGA)

    29

    power for cpu (ATX_CPU)

     

     

    Inspiron 530b

    1

    processor socket (CPU)

    2

    processor fan connector (CPU_FAN)

    3

    memory module connectors (DIMM_1)

    4

    memory module connectors (DIMM_2)

    5

    password jumper (CLEAR_PW)

    6

    main power connector (ATX_POWER)

    7

    SYS_FAN2

    8

    CLR_CMOS

    9

    serial ATA drive connectors (SATA2)

    10

    serial ATA drive connectors (SATA1)

    11

    FP1

    12

    JSPI 1

    13

    front USB connector (F_USB1)

    14

    front USB connector (F_USB2)

    15

    F_AUDIO

    16

    CD_IN

    17

    PCI connector (PCI2)

    18

    PCI connector (PCI1)

    19

    PCI Express x1 connector (PCIE_x1)

    20

    battery socket

    21

    PCI Express x16 connector (PCIE_x16)

    22

    audio connectors

    23

    2 USB and 1 LAN connector

    24

    2 USB connectors

    25

    chassis fan connector (CHASSIS_FAN)

    26

    video connector (VGA)

    27

    power for cpu (ATX_CPU)

    Inspiron 530c

    1

    processor socket (CPU)

    2

    processor fan connector (CPU_FAN)

    3

    memory module connectors
    (DIMM_1)

    4

    memory module connectors (DIMM_2)

    5

    memory module connectors (DIMM_3)

    6

    memory module connectors (DIMM_4)

    7

    password jumper (CLR_PSWD)

    8

    main power connector (ATX_POWER)

    9

    serial ATA drive connectors (SATA0)

    10

    serial ATA drive connectors (SATA1)

    11

    serial ATA drive connectors (SATA2)

    12

    serial ATA drive connectors (SATA3)

    13

    front panel connector (F_PANEL)

    14

    front USB connector (F_USB3)

    15

    front USB connector (F_USB2)

    16

    front USB connector (F_USB1)

    17

    battery socket

    18

    CMOS jumper (CLEAR CMOS)

    19

    SPDIF

    20

    CD_IN

    21

    front audio (F_AUDIO)

    22

    PCI connector (PCI2)

    23

    PCI connector (PCI1)

    24

    PCI Express x1 connector (PCIE_X1)

    25

    PCI Express x16 connector (PCIE_X16)

    26

    audio connectors

    27

    2 USB and 1 LAN connector

    28

    2 USB connectors

    29

    chassis fan connector (CHASSIS_FAN)

    30

    video connector (VGA)

    31

    power for cpu (ATX_CPU)

     

     

     

     

    Inspiron 530d

    1

    processor socket (CPU)

    2

    processor fan connector (CPU_FAN)

    3

    memory module connectors
    (DIMM_1)

    4

    memory module connectors (DIMM_2)

    5

    password jumper (CLEAR_PSWD)

    6

    main power connector (ATX_POWER)

    7

    serial ATA drive connectors (SATA1)

    8

    serial ATA drive connectors (SATA0)

    9

    Front Panel

    10

    CMOS jumper CLR_CMOS

    11

    USB2

    12

    USB1

    13

    SPDIF

    14

    front audio (F_AUDIO)

    15

    CD_IN

    16

    PCI connector (PCI2)

    17

    PCI connector (PCI1)

    18

    battery socket

    19

    PCI Express x1 connector (PCIE_X1)

    20

    PCI Express x16 connector (PCIE_X16)

    21

    audio connectors

    22

    2 USB and 1 LAN connector

    23

    2 USB connectors

    24

    fan connector (SYS_FAN)

    25

    video connector (VGA)

    26

    power for cpu (ATX_CPU)

     

     

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  • I have a 530s Running 8gb of Ram (4slots) and a Radeon 7750HD Low Profile..... and Im finding alot of the time Im running out of CPU , I have Core 2 duo E6550 in it now but have been looking into running the Core 2 Quad Q9550S 65watt CPU... will this run on the older board, I dont have the one that runs quads stock or a power supply that fits my slim... if this ran in it then just a better fan or liquid cooling could be the cure to my CPU bottleneck... Just wondering what everyone here thinks or has done that might involve this combo of parts  Core 2 Quad 65watt and the  0RY007 motherboard, Or with the Intel Core Quad X3360/Q9550 2.83G from Xeon E5440 SLBBJ/SLANS +2pc Mod Adapter they sell on ebay, this is a cheaper solution but more risky, I am curious if anyone has done it..... IF not let me know if anyone is interested in someone trying it enough to help offset some of the cost of trying it on a donation board or something...... I know this is an old pc ,I know its its cheaper to build a new one, but whats the fun in that? Im trying to keep this thing running way past life just to see what can really be done SSD and HD7550 with 8gb of ram already play wow in 1080p like butter but when I run more stuff I hit the cpu bottleneck if I can crack that , Im going to bench mark it vs the orginal and see just how far it has come. This is a SS of what its got so far, but ram has just been changed to all match.

    Set up so far

    AMD HD 7750 Low Profile

    8gb of Corsair

    E6550 *weak link*

    OCZ 120gb SSD

    Windows 7 Ultimate

  • Digital209th

    Have you read my previous post here:

     http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/p/19320663/20004213#20004213

    The 0RY007 motherboard has no support for any Core 2 Quad processors.

     You need the FoxConn DG33m03 motherboard, the G33m02 [Dell P/N 0RY007] and DG33m03 [Dell P/N 0FM586] are essentially identical, except for the power regulators on the motherboard.

    The G33m02 is a cheaper version of the board that has only has 6 voltage regulator IC's and there are 11 voltage regulators on the DG33m03.

    Plus a minimum of a 350w power supply is required for a Socket LGA775 Core 2 Quad processor.

    Bev.

     

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  • Yes I did read that , but the Q9550S is not a high wattage Processor its a 65 watt Just like the core 2 Duo ........ it should run in theory as long as the micro code is there.  Dont mistake the Q9550 with the Q9550s, The Low TDP is the point in my question...... I realize i could upgrade the board and power supply and run a quad core but that would defeat the purpose of getting more life from this board. Thanks for your fast reply.. I know this question has not been asked before in these forums as I have tried to find anything on the web to see if anyone has tried it. But its looking more like I'm going to be the one who tries it .

    http://www.cpu-world.com/Compare/912/Intel_Core_2_Quad_Q9550_vs_Intel_Core_2_Quad_Q9550S.html

    Check the charts , you will see the TDP is same as E6550 I have in it now and should in theory not require more power or more regulators to make more wattage. ....... ofc thats theory and real life will vary LOL.

  • Digital209th

    Yes I did read that , but the Q9550S is not a high wattage Processor its a 65 watt Just like the core 2 Duo ........ it should run in theory as long as the micro code is there.  Dont mistake the Q9550 with the Q9550s, The Low TDP is the point in my question...... I realize i could upgrade the board and power supply and run a quad core but that would defeat the purpose of getting more life from this board. Thanks for your fast reply.. I know this question has not been asked before in these forums as I have tried to find anything on the web to see if anyone has tried it. But its looking more like I'm going to be the one who tries it .

    www.cpu-world.com/.../Intel_Core_2_Quad_Q9550_vs_Intel_Core_2_Quad_Q9550S.html

    Check the charts , you will see the TDP is same as E6550 I have in it now and should in theory not require more power or more regulators to make more wattage. ....... ofc thats theory and real life will vary LOL.

    Digital209th

    Good luck, let's hope it works out for you.

    Please post back with the results.

    Bev.

     

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