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 Post subject: Mystery Intel Board!
PostPosted: Mon Jul 28, 2003 2:15 pm 
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I recently traded a local guy for an Intel Socket 478 Motherboard, which I am at a loss to identify. The board appears to be an OEM board (possibly Dell?) and as best I can tell is based very closely to the intel 845GLVA. It does have an Intel 845GL Chipset, DDR Support, Onboard Audio/Video/Lan, 3PCI Slots and that is it. The numbers on the board are as follows. White Label w/barcode #CN-07W080-70821-285-G075, REV:A00. The Numbers painted on the board itself are P/N: 411716900011. I have been all over the web looking for information on this board to no avail. Good luck guys!!

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 28, 2003 2:40 pm 
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http://www.e4all.info/motherboards/imperial.htm

This it?

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Nope. This is a MiTAC. Checking...

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6813BU out of a Dell Dimension 2300 or 2350. Ask Dell.

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P/N: 411716900011
Dell part no? If it is seems unusual.... 8O

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No, that is the MiTAC one...

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 29, 2003 4:08 pm 
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Ok, so this is a Dell board? I was afraid of this, and I guess I can also assume that the funny looking plug just below the Primary IDE port is for the front switch panel? or am I lucky enough to find the switch panel on the bottom of the board as it should be?

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Maybe, maybe not. Some info here:
http://www.roberthancock.com/dell/fpconn.htm

Let us know if they are still using this layout. Hunting for more...

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Digging this up from the dust to add a codename..

Bluford/Bluford2:

http://hardtechgroup.net/catalog/produc ... v8snk5vfh0

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-Motherboar ... 1019381739

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