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Need help identifying this old EVGA socket 939 motherboard

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got this old pc from a buddy and im trying to find the manual but i dont even know what chip-set it is
link is to an album with some picks best i can do
post #2 of 8
I actually have this motherboard. Its an EVGA. There are 2 versions,mATX and ATX. Give me a minute to get to my main rig and I'll. post the model numbers. EDIT: 1 version is the 133-K8-NF41 and 1 is 133-K8-NF44. THE NF44 is the mATX version.

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Edited by EVILNOK - 2/21/12 at 4:18pm
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It has blown caps, so unless you plan on fixing it, chuck it.
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Mine also blew caps. I replaced them for under $5.00 and it still works fine today. Here before and after pics:
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Edited by EVILNOK - 2/21/12 at 4:22pm
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Mine also blew caps. I replaced them for under $5.00 and it still works fine today.

I hear ya, I am just telling the OP incase he didn't notice.
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post #6 of 8
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yeah i noticed lol actually it has 6, stoner moment needed to figure out how to go about finding caps to replace these ones

thanks for the info much appreciated
Edited by griffulas - 2/21/12 at 5:10pm
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yeah i noticed lol actually it has 6, stoner moment needed to figure out how to go about finding caps to replace these ones

http://badcaps.net/

or you can get cheap caps at Radio Shack.
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Thanks I'm going to order some later today gotta check the graveyard to see if I can cannibalize any from some dead mobos I have


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