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Zoom in on the north bridge in the 3rd pic. Unless Asus changed their name to gigabyte you are wrong.
The IDE cable looks like a board logo, sorry, edited post.
    
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Google turns up Gigabyte GA-EP45T for that board's layout, so it's probably a P45 chipset.
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The IDE cable looks like a board logo, sorry, edited post.
Yeah, the IDE cable is indeed from an ASUS, but the board is Gigabyte.

Edit: Specifically, it's a Gigabyte GA-EP45T UD3LR. Southbridge heatsink looks different though.

http://www.google.com/search?um=1&hl...&aqi=&aql=&oq=
Edited by Princess Garnet - 4/30/11 at 3:16pm
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I bet you guys are gonna find that PC specs before the owner does xD
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Google turns up Gigabyte GA-EP45T for that board's layout, so it's probably a P45 chipset.
Yeah, the IDE cable is indeed from an ASUS, but the board is Gigabyte.

Edit: Specifically, it's a Gigabyte GA-EP45T UD3LR. Southbridge heatsink looks different though.

http://www.google.com/search?um=1&hl...&aqi=&aql=&oq=
Not a GA-EP45T UD3LR, just a plain GA-EP45 UD3LR

This doesn't use DDR3, just DDR2. Notice the DIMM slots are the wrong color for the EP45T

Also, the SB heatsink says DDR3 on the EP45T, OPs board doesn't have that.
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I bet you guys are gonna find that PC specs before the owner does xD
In that case, I'm going to guess a 45nm Core 2 (E7x00) or Pentium Dual-core (E5x00) of some sort. That sure looks like OCZ Gold RAM. It could be 4x512MB (2GB), 2x1GB and 2x512MB (3GB) or 4x1GB (4GB). The GPU is a Radeon for sure. I wonder which.

Either way, it's really looking like the OP made off with a steal. It's probably worth at least twice what was paid for it.
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Not a GA-EP45T UD3LR, just a plain GA-EP45 UD3LR

This doesn't use DDR3, just DDR2. Notice the heatsinks are a bit different for the NB on the two.
Ah, that would explain why the Soutbridge chipset is different and doesn't say DDR3 on it.
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Man you guys type fast. You're right that you might figure it out before I do Can anyone give me a link to CPUz and GPUz?
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I want to help, so I will. Google CPUz and GPUz.

You know, the fish and starving stuff. Give a guy a fish, and he'll eat for a night, teach a man to fish and he might use google first for once. I mean, fishes...erm
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Okay, finally got it started and this is what I pulled from it. Doesn't look like the guy liked to use a genuine OS, so I'll need to re-install at some point.

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