I am in need of a Desktop Board E210882 LGA775. Does anyone have a suggestion where I could purchase one?
That number is a marking on the board, and does not identify the board model number.
Use this information to identify your board: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/boards-and-kits/000005624.html Find Support by Board AA Number for Intel® Desktop Boards
Also, socket LGA775 is an "old" socket, and many boards (Intel and other) were made using that socket.
No, that is the AA number. The model is DG33TL. In the table you will see:D89517-xxx
Info on this board is here: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/boards-and-kits/desktop-boards/legacy-intel-desktop-b... Intel® Desktop Board DG33TL and here: http://ark.intel.com/products/50378/Intel-Desktop-Board-DG33TL Intel® Desktop Board DG33TL Specifications and here: http://www.intel.com/Assets/PDF/prodspec/DG33TL-tps.pdf http://www.intel.com/Assets/PDF/prodspec/DG33TL-tps.pdf
If you find a newer board that supports socket LGA775, then maybe. I guess it is a question of matching the form factor of the board, or any specifics of the board. If you are just trying to salvage a processor, I would not waste the time.
Is there a specific reason for wanting that board, or equivalent?
You may want to try this site to look for a new motherboard that supports LGA775: http://www.aliexpress.com/w/wholesale-lga775.html?site=glo&SearchText=lga775&shipCountry=au&CatId=70... Shop lga775 online - Buy lga775 for unbeatable low prices on AliExpress.com
Also, pay attention to the form factor.
That link is provided for your information. Any usage of those products is at your risk.
I found this on Ebay
Intel DG33TL Motherboard w/ Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.60GHz â"'I/O Shield WITH HEATSINK: $57.00
Yes, as I have a computer which is faster than the one I am currently using, and fried the motherboard. I can't afford a new computer, so thought of replacing the board
I must tell you that I am always skeptical of such products on that auction site. Remember, that board is 9 years old. Things start to fail for products of that age.
Now, that being said, I have purchased old boards for a specific purpose before, and crossed my fingers. I have been lucky. Perhaps you will be as well.
Make certain the seller will refund you. And, remember you have buyer protection from that auction site (although it may take a month or more to resolve the issue).
There is absolutely nothing about this board or your power supply that specifically tie the two to each other. This PSU can be used with motherboards from other vendors (and vice versa). If you are essentially trying to find a new home for your processor (and memory), a LGA775-socketed board from any vendor should suffice as well - and might allow you to avoid the crap you see on eBay.
That said, let me echo Doc's comments. This board, processor and memory are all absolutely ancient, well beyond the MTBF for each and every component. From a performance standpoint, even the low-end latest-gen Atom processors will outperform your old processor.
Hope this helps,
Hi Amy, and Doc
I have purchased a Desktop Board: Intel E210882 Socket LGA775 Model# DG33TL, from Lake Michigan Computers, in STEVENSVILLE Mi
Thank you all for your help
repairman1946, thank you for coming back.
Those are great news, hope you can enjoy your new motherboard.
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