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Dell GX280 GX270 Motherboard P4SD SATA

I would like to know the max memory and the exact nomenclature for the required memory listed in subject above, Thank You

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Try this link for memory info.
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I want to upgrade my power supply for the dell gx280 small desktop


Sorry to say that a 260w PSU is the largest PSU you will get for this system as that is all the M/B is safely rated to any higher than that and it may cause a fire or worse. I run a Dell GX270 and this is maxed out on a 260w PSU. This system will only be upgradeable to these specs :

3.2Ghz CPU ( Note they must match existing letters on CPU.
3Gb Ram under XP, 4 Gb under Vista or Win 7. ( Note win 7 will run very slowly )
256Mb PCI Card or 512Mb AGP (4X or 8X )
500Gb IDE or SATA HDD
DVD Burner max ( Blu-Ray will not work as it is too advanced ).

Even the tower model of these systems only have a 260w PSU max due to limited power rating for the M/B. Tower PSU is able to be swapped out just like any other tower but the fact remains that the M/B is only rated to 260w and if you use a larger PSU it may cause a fire or worse. I hope this helps.

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Can gx270 use SATA internal hard drive ?


Hi,
1. You can refer to your device motherboard user manual to find it our if the SATA HDD is supported or not.
2. If you dont have motherboard manual, just remove the screws behind your computer and remove the cabinet side cover and look onto the motherboard inside it. If you find SATA slots, then you can use SATA HDDs in your machine.

3. If there is no SATA slots in your motherboard, you can still use a SATA HDD to your system by getting a PCI to SATA convertor card.

I Hope this is helpful to you
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Apr 27, 2010 | Dell OptiPlex GX270 PC Desktop

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Will a dell gx280 motherboard fit into a gx260 (dell) case?


If it is a slim gx260 case, it might not. If it is the wide case, it will, but the two motherboards have different power supplies. You will need to use a gx280 power supply to power it on. However, you can use a gx270 motherboard in a gx260 case without changing the power supply.


Hope this helps!

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I want to know what type of grapjic card dell gx280 desktop uses?


You can use a graphics card, instead of the integrated graphics.
The GX280 Desktop supports a PCI Express x16 Video Card.
The Maximum memory supported, is
Small desktop computer, 4 GB
Desktop computer, 4 GB
The GX280 specifications and service manual is http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/opgx280/en/ug/index.htm
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Dell GX270 SATA front panel 34 pin layout


if you are talking about connecting the front chassis connectors to your motherboard then you need to find out the exact model of the MB... im assuming its Intel since its a Dell.

the link below should get you started

http://www.intel.com/support/product.htm

Jun 01, 2009 | Dell OptiPlex GX270 PC Desktop

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Proper pin numbers to install inserts in a Dell SATA 34 pin GX270 motherboard


Hi there.
Get a strong flashlight and a magnifying glass (if you have one). On the motherboard look for the front panel, it should be marked PWR and coloured green, also the plug that connects to it should be marked PWR_SW. On some boards there are no colours but the markings are the same, so take a good close look.
Have a look at these pictures for an idea >>>>>>

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Please post back with the results and any more advice if needed.

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Ram


It appears to support either PC2700 or PC3200 DDR memory. (The PC3200 is faster).

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Proper pin numbers to install inserts in a Dell SATA 34 pin GX270 motherboard


why do you need the IDE cable pin out if you are using SATA?
they are diiferent and not interchangeable. if you want to use IDE pin out for SATA, then you need to get a adapter from IDE to SATA.

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Problem withe dell gx280 fan and display


Unfortunately this seems so be a motherboard problem, Dell's solution is to replace the motherboard I'm not sure there's much you can do at home or work to fix this - if it's still under warranty get dell to replace the motherboard if not im afraid its the bin for it sorry

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