Monday, 20 April 2015

Motherboard Specifications For The Dell Webpc

The Dell WebPC had two slots for RAM.

The Dell WebPC was originally released by Dell on November 24, 1999. The model did not do particularly well and was retired in June 2000.


The Dell Web PC motherboard came with an Intel Microprocessor that ran at either 66MHz or 100MHz. The level one cache was 32KB, and the level two cache was either 128KB or 256KB. The chip set for this board was the Intel 810.

Memory Slots

The Dell WebPC motherboard had two sockets for memory modules. The sockets supported 32MB, 64MB, or 128MB168-pin PC-100 SDRAM modules. The maximum RAM supported by this motherboard was 256MB.


The Dell WebPC had many ports including: a 15-pin video connector, an optional 24-pin DVI connector, three USB connectors on the rear panel, a headphone jack, a microphone jack, a speaker jack, an RJ-11 modem port, and an optional RJ-45 LAN port.


The video controller for this model was integrated with the Intel 810 chip set, which had an optional 4MB video cache.


The audio controller for the WebPC was audio codec ADI 1881.

Tags: Dell WebPC, level cache, with Intel