The Dell Dimension 3000 desktop computer was phased out by the manufacturer in 2007. When the machine was in circulation, the motherboard was run by a PCI bus with an Intel chipset in various configurations.
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The Dimension 3000's motherboard was run by one of several different Intel processors. Available processors were the Pentium 4 at 2.8, 3.0 or 3.2MHz, or the Celeron D. The Level 1 cache was 8 KB, and the Level 2 cache could be configured at 256 KB or 1 MB.
The Dell Dimension 3000 motherboard's chipset was an Intel 865 GV, and it came with a 4 Mb NVRAM BIOS.
The Dell Dimension 3000 motherboard's expansion bus was a 33-MHz PCI bus, with three 120-pin connectors with a maximum 32-bit connector data width.
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