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Compaq Evo D510 Small Form Factor PC - Specifications

Physical specifications

Feature
Description
Chassis dimensions (H x W x D)
9.9 x 33.3 x 36.6 cm (3.9 x 13.1 x 14.4 in)
Chassis weight
  • System weight: 9.1 kg (20 lb)

  • Weight supported: 45.5 kg (100 lb)

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Environmental specifications

Feature
Description
Acoustics (with advanced power management - on)
Idle (HDD spinning but not seeking) = 26 dB
Shock
  • Operating: 5 G (with no damage being incurred)

  • Non-operating: 20 G (with no damage being incurred

Vibration
  • Operating: Random vibration at 0.000215 G²/Hz, 10 Hz to 300 Hz, (0.25 G nominal)

  • Non-operating: Random vibration at 0.0005 G²/Hz, 10 Hz to 500 Hz, (0.5 G nominal)

Relative humidity
  • Operating (maximum wet bulb temperature, non-condensing): 10% to 90% relative humidity (Rh), 28°C

  • Non-operating (maximum wet bulb temperature, non-condensing): 5% to 95% relative humidity (Rh), 38.7°C

Altitude (un-pressurized)
  • Operating: 0 to 3,048 m (10,000 ft) - This value may be limited by the type and number of options installed

  • Non-operating: 0 to 9,144 m (30,000 ft)

NOTE: Maximum allowable altitude change rate is 1500 ft/min.

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Electrical specifications

Feature
Description
Power supply
Custom power supply - full ranging active PFC (no line select)
Operating voltage range
90 to 264 V ac (full ranging)
Rated voltage range
100 to 127 V ac (or 200 to 240 V ac)
Rated line frequency
50-60 Hz
Operating line frequency range
47-66 Hz
Rated input current
2.7 A @ 100 V ac (or 1.35 A @ 200 V ac)
Maximum rated power
175 W

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Technical specifications

Feature
Description
Architecture
P4/PCI/AGP 4X
Processor
Intel Celeron processors with 400 MHz front side bus, 128KB L2 cache
  • 1.7 GHz

  • 1.8 GHz

  • 2.0 GHz

  • 2.2 GHz

Intel Pentium 4 processors with 400 MHz front side bus, 256KB L2 cache
  • 1.6 GHz

  • 1.7 GHz

  • 1.9 GHz

Intel Pentium 4 processors with 400 MHz front side bus, 512KB L2 cache
  • 1.8 GHz

  • 2.0 GHz

Intel Pentium 4 processors with 533 MHz front side bus, 512KB L2 cache
  • 2.26 GHz

  • 2.4 GHz

  • 2.53 GHz

  • 2.66 GHz

  • 2.8 GHz

Chipset
Intel 845G chipset
Memory
Any one of the following:
  • 128MB DDR Synch D-RAM PC2100 (266 MHz) Non-ECC (1 x 128)

  • 256MB DDR Synch D-RAM PC2100 (266 MHz) Non-ECC (1 x 256)

  • 384MB DDR Synch D-RAM PC2100 (266 MHz) Non-ECC (1 x 128 + 1 x 256)

  • 512MB DDR Synch D-RAM PC2100 (266 MHz) Non-ECC (1 x 512)

  • 512MB DDR Synch D-RAM PC2100 (266 MHz) Non-ECC (2 x 256)

  • 1GB DDR Synch D-RAM PC2100 (266 MHz) Non-ECC (1 x 1024)

  • 1GB DDR Synch D-RAM PC2100 (266 MHz) Non-ECC (2 x 512)

  • 2GB DDR Synch D-RAM PC2100 (266 MHz) Non-ECC (2 x 1024)

Maximum memory
2GB
Bays
  • Two internal 3.5-inch ATA Hard Drive

  • Two external 5.25-inch half-height

  • One floppy 3.5-inch diskette drive

Wireless support
PCI card or external USB
Hard disk drives
  • 20GB 5400 RPM SMART III Ultra ATA/100

  • 20GB 7200 RPM SMART III Ultra ATA/100

  • 40GB 5400 RPM SMART III Ultra ATA/100

  • 40GB 7200 RPM SMART III Ultra ATA/100

  • 80GB 5400 RPM SMART III Ultra ATA/100

  • 80GB 7200 RPM SMART III Ultra ATA/100

  • 36GB 10000 RPM Ultra3 SCSI

Mouse
PS/2 2-button scroll mouse
Graphics
  • Intel Extreme Graphics (integrated with Intel 845G chipset)

  • NVIDIA GeForce2 MX200 64MB with DVI-I

  • NVIDIA Quadro4 200NVS AGP Dual Monitor 64MB

  • NVIDIA Quadro4 400NVS PCI Quad Monitor 64MB

  • Intel DVI ADD card

Removable storage
  • 1.44MB diskette drive

  • MultiBay drives (requires multibay drive adaptor to use)

  • USB Disk-on-Key

Optical storage
  • 48X CD-ROM drive

  • 48X/12X/48X CD-RW drive

  • 16X/40X DVD-ROM with +R Read (reads DVD +R, +RW, -R, and -RW)

  • 32X Combo CD-RW/DVD-ROM drive

  • 4.7GB DVD+R/RW drive

MultiBay drives
  • MultiBay 24X CD-ROM drive

  • MultiBay 8X DVD-ROM drive with RAM read

  • MultiBay 24X CD-RW drive

  • MultiBay 24X combo DVD-ROM and CD-RW drive

  • MultiBay 20GB hard drive

Keyboard
Any one of the following:
  • PS/2 easy access keyboard

  • USB smart card keyboard

Network interface card
  • Integrated Intel PRO/100 VM network connection

  • 3COM 3C905C-TX network connection

  • Intel PRO/100 S management adapter

  • Broadcom NetXtreme based 10/100/1000 management Gb adapter

I/O ports
  • Parallel port: 1

  • Serial port: 2

  • PS/2 keyboard: 1

  • PS/2 mouse: 1

  • VGA adapter: 1

  • USB 2.0 ports: 6 (two front ports and four rear ports)

PCI slots
2 full-height half-length slots on riser board
AGP slots
1 AGP 4X, 1.5 V
Audio
  • Integrated ADI 1981A audio with internal speaker

  • Mic-in: 1

  • Line-in: 1

  • Line-out: 1

  • Headphone-out: 1

Security locks
  • Kensington cable lock provision (lock not included)

  • Hood cover security loop (lock not included)

  • Smart cover lock (option) - Locking solenoid controlled via F10 setup (failsafe key)

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Software specifications

Feature
Description
Operating system
Any one of the following:
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 SP2

  • Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP1

  • Microsoft Windows XP Home SP1

  • Mandrake Linux 8.2 (only available on limited configurations)

Applications
  • Norton Internet Security/Norton AntiVirus 2002

  • Microsoft Office XP Small Business Edition/Professional Edition/Personal Edition

  • Roxio CD Creator

  • Intervideo DVD Player

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BIOS features

Feature
Description
Instantly available PC (Suspend to RAM - S3)
Allows for very low power consumption with quick resume time.
ROM based F10 setup
Allows for reviewing and customizing BIOS settings.
Remote system installation via F12 (PXE)
Allows a new or existing system to boot over the network and download software, including the operating system, that is stored on a management server.
Emergency ROM flash recovery with video
Allows for recovery of corrupted system BIOS.
CMOS archive and CMOS restore
Saves and restores BIOS settings to diskette in human-readable file.
Auto setup when new hardware installed
System automatically detects addition of new hardware (e.g. memory, floppy, etc.)
Serial, parallel, USB enable/disable port control
Allows the user to enable or disable serial, parallel or USB ports.
Removable media write/boot control
Prevents the computer from being booted from removable media (and can disable writes to media).
Remote boot from server
Allows a new or existing system to boot over the network and download software, including the operating system, that is stored on a management server.
Network server mode
Allows for keyboard-less operation.
Power-On password
Prevents an unauthorized person from booting up the computer.
Setup password
Prevents an unauthorized person from changing the system configuration.
Memory change alert (requires Insight Management Agent)
Alerts management console if memory is removed or changed.
Thermal alert (requires Insight Management Agent)
  • Monitors the temperature within the chassis.

  • There are three operational states that a computer can experience:

    • NORMAL - operating under under normal temperature ranges.

    • ALERTED - operation when excessive temperatures are detected. Will raise a flag so that appropriate action can be taken to avoid shutdown or provide for a smoother system shutdown.

    • SHUTDOWN - when excessive temperatures are encountered. Will automatically shutdown the computer without warning before hardware component damage occurs.

Cover removal alert (requires Insight Management Agent)
  • Assists with asset security and control by notifying the Network Administrator and end user when the cover has been removed without authorization.

  • Is an electronic switch residing inside the computer which can be set to any one-of-three modes depending on the amount of control desired:

    • DISABLED - the network administrator does not want to be made aware of the computer hood removal.

    • NOTIFY USER - notifies network administrator that the hood has been removed, but no administrator action required before re-booting the computer.

    • UP PASSWORD – notifies network administrator that the hood has been removed and administrator password is required before re-booting the computer.

Master boot record security
Allows for detection of changes to MBR and optional restoration, useful in protecting from viruses.
Remote ROM flash
Provides secure, fail-safe ROM image management from a central network console.
Remote wakeup
  • Allow a system administrator to power on, restart, and power off a client computer from a remote location.

  • This enables cost-effective power consumption when the administrator needs to distribute software, perform security management, or update the ROM.

ACPI power management
  • Advanced Configuration and Power Management Interface (ACPI).

  • It allows the system to wake from a low power mode.

  • It controls system power consumption, making it possible to place individual cards and peripherals in a low-power or powered-off state without affecting other elements of the system.

SMBIOS
System Management BIOS, previously known as DMI BIOS, for system management information.

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