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E210882 Motherboard

  • I have recently acquired a Dell E210882 Socket 775 Rev A01 motherboard from a friend of mine, and I am trying to figure out what processors are and aren't compatible with it.  Apparently, from what little information I've been able to find online, it has an 800MHz Front Side Bus, and requires DDR2.


    My first question is which processors are compatible with it, and my second question is will it be possible to use the DDR1 I currently have in my system?


    Thanks in advance,



  • Wish I could tell you, been on Dell call for ~45 min now and cannot seem to get support just to give me a manual/specs of the e210882 MB.

    Where did you get the info above?


  • E210882 is not a dell part number thats the UL Labs Registration.

    Sounds like a dimension 3000 motherboard 0TC667

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    Processor type

    • Intel® Pentium® 4 processor that runs at 2.8 GHz , 3.0 GHz, and 3.2 GHZ internally and 800 MHz externally with Hyper-Threading Technology
    • Intel Pentium 4 processor that runs at 2.8 GHz internally and 533 MHz externally
    • Intel Celeron® D processor 320, 325, 330, 335, and 340

    NOTE: Not all Pentium 4 processors support Hyper-Threading technology.

    Level 1 (L1) cache

    8 KB

    Level 2 (L2) cache

    256-KB or 1-MB (depending on your computer configuration) pipelined-burst, eight-way set associative, write-back SRAM



    333- and 400-MHz DDR SDRAM

    NOTE: DDR 333 and DDR 400 memory runs at 266 MHz when configured with Celeron 400 MHz FSB processors

    NOTE: DDR 333 memory runs at 320MHz when configured with Pentium 4 800 MHz FSB processors

    Memory connectors


    Memory capacities

    128-, 256-, 512-, or 1-GB nonECC

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