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The AOA Computer Museum - 1998 - Dell Precision WorkStation 410
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Written by danrok   
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Dell Precision WorkStation 410

This Dell PC is a mini-tower with dual or single Intel PII Slot 1 CPUs, first available to buy in May 1998. The list price of the dual CPU version was $5,237. These systems were intended for CAD users or any maths intensive use.

The following specifications may vary according to revision.

Processors

  • 1 or 2 Intel PII 400MHz Slot 1 CPUs
  • or single PII 350MHz
  • 100MHz FSB

Video

  • Integraph Intense3D Pro 3410T with 32MB of graphics memory
  • or Diamond 8MB Premedia 2
  • or Appian Jeronimo Pro Graphics

Memory

  • Standard: 128MB or 256MB of SDRAM
  • Maximum: 1GB

Networking

  • Integrated 3COM 10/100 Mbit Ethernet 

Drives

  • On-board Adaptec SCSI disk controller with RAID
  • 1 or 2x 9GB hard drives or 1x 4GB hard drive
  • CD-ROM 24x drive
  • 1.44MB floppy disk drive

Operating System

  • Standard: Windows NT 4.0 

Dell Precision WorkStation 410



 

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