I only have the board made by Intel specifically. It is a wonderfull board you have there. Board index All times are UTC. Those cakes make you sick I tell This site hosts no abandonware. The doesn’t run that hot though, so it would probably do OK in a non-cramped case even without a fan.
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There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. It is a wonderfull board you have there.
Intel DEEA, Socket (KDEEA2PAK10) Motherboard | eBay
And lastly, the heatsink And it is an awesomme board I can say. It can take Tualatins up to some 1.
Looks like the latest gateway bios osund EAA. Board index All times are UTC. Return to General Old Hardware. The doesn’t run that hot though, so it would probably do OK in a non-cramped case even without a fan. Trying to flash the Intel BIOS to it using the provided tool did not work since the flash utility checks a bunch of bytes in the header that identify the manufacturer and it failed as it expected a Gateway BIOS file.
Intel Desktop Board D815EEA – motherboard – ATX – Socket 370 – i815E Series
I hope you will have a great time with your new board. Here’s a pic of mine for reference. Those cakes make you sick I tell This site hosts no abandonware. Going off their Slot 1 motherboards which I have one of each.
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post. Unlike the Dell equivalent of the Intel DEEA that Phil did a video on a little while ago, this one doesn’t have the AUX power connector on it although it is clearly the same board, it has the solder points for this connector, but isn’t populateddoes the Gateway version use regular ATX power connector? I haven’t received it yet, but I have a couple of questions.
The picture is of the auction item won Personally I do not know if a fan is required, it should require a fan as such, and I would allways run a fan.
This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. Users browsing this forum: So, I just bought d8115eea Socket motherboard for the first time in about 17 years, a Gateway I only have the board made by Intel specifically. The lack of fan was due to OEM cases in that era already using rear case fans with ducting. I can’t imagine that it could be cooled passively, could it? P09 but cant find it either You could also try searching Fedora which is the motherboards name or systems what had the motherboard, but didn’t have much luck with this either.
I have the deea2 variant, and as far as I have read. In its original case their would have been a fan mounted just above the CPU heatsink, so yeh 8d15eea forcing airflow over it is recommended! Don’t eat stuff soun a 15 year old never cleaned cpu cooler.
I don’t know about power connectors. So congrats on this purchase.
For the sake of keeping it all safe, just use a heatsink with a fan.