Genuine Dell P4 Intel Pentium LGA775 Intel 900 Graphics Chip MotherBoard For Dell Optiplex 210L SMT Tower Desktop System Part Numbers: HC918, NC193, WJ772
- Genuine Dell P4 Motherboard For Dell Optiplex 210L SMT
- Socket LGA775; Onboard Intel 900 Graphics Chip; 2 Dual Channel DIMM Support for DDR2
- Hyper-Threading Technology Support; 2 GB MAX System Memory
- 2 PCI Slots; 1 PCIe x 1; Integrated 10/100/1000 Lan; Onboard Sound
- 2 Serial ATA Hard Disk Connectors; 1 ATA-66/100/133 IDE Hard Disk Connector; One Floppy Connector; 4+2 USB 2.0 Ports; 1 parallel / 1 Serial Ports
Genuine Dell motherboard model HC918 for Optiplex 210L SMT.
Onboard Intel 900 graphics chip;
Hyper-Threading Technology Support;
2 Dual Channel DIMM Support for DDR2;
2 GB MAX system memory;
2 PCI Slots;
1 PCIe x 1;
Integrated 10/100/1000 Lan;
2 Serial ATA Hard Disk Connectors;
1 ATA-66/100/133 IDE Hard Disk Connector;
One Floppy Connector;
4+2 USB 2.0 Ports;
1 parallel / 1 serial ports;
Other compatible part #s: HC918, NC193, WJ772.
***PLEASE VERIFY the size of your case and your part number against the part number(s) provided in the description/condition before purchasing this motherboard***
***There are four general form-factors:***
? Small Mini-Tower (SMT) – Dell’s Small Mini-Tower is Dell’s largest model of consumer PC. It’s large, blocky, and designed to stand up-right. The Small Mini-Tower, or just Tower, definition will cover everything from the large Optiplex and Dimensions to the very large XPS gaming systems.
? Desktop (DT) – The Desktop form-factor, sometimes referred to as a Small or Slim Desktop, is Dell’s middle-of-the road size. It’s small enough to fit on top of your, but with more space to expand than the Small Form-Factor system.
? Small Form-Factor (SFF) – Small Form-Factor systems are typically Dell’s smallest consumer PC. These computers use a laptop sized optical drive but, unlike the Ultra-Small Form-Factor, do include an internal power supply.
? Ultra-Small Form-Factor (USFF) – Dell’s Ultra-Small Form-Factor systems are as small as they get. These computers, like the Small Form-Factor, use a laptop sized optical drive, but are so small they require an external power supply.