Question Replacement mobo

remixislandmusic

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Thanks, I can see those well. The socket says 939, which corresponds to the socket used for the legendary Athlon 64 CPUs, which is what the CPU says. This is very old hardware, from about 2004, so no new motherboards are going to be made with this socket, so you will need to look used on eBay. Im not the best with old tech, but i can try to help. It does seem to support ddr2 so it may be a little newer, and more easy to identify. Also, red and black is a newer trend, so it may be a little easier to find. Do you see any model numbers on the motherboard? Could you take a picture of the southbridge, which may require removing heat sync off of the bottom of the mobo and scraping some thermal goo off to see the numbers on the chip?
 
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qwertyjjj

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Which picture do you see the model in? I just can't find it :(

And what would I need to look for to find a compatible board in terms of specs?
 
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