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CAN YOU TELL ME THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A 289554-001 AND 291169-001 THEY ARE BOTH DL380 MOTHERBOARDS

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From what I can find they are both Server boards with a FSB of 400Mhz.

Theres not alot of Specifications available online. Nothing available for the 29169-001 and the only spec listed for the 289554-001 is that it has 6 DIMM slots and thus can support Up 6Gb of Ram.

If your planning on buying one of these boards for your server, they are BOTH available at Shopping.com. Therefore if you speak to a purchasing agent there, they might be able to break down the individual differences of each board.

Hope this helps you,
Dave

Posted on Nov 14, 2008

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