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you mean Micro ATX?
Here they call it a mini-ATX,

http://xtreview.com/addcomment-id-10...5GMH-128M.html

"Intel has also specified a "Mini ATX" motherboard size, which is slightly smaller than the full-sized ATX specification. These boards use the same ATX form factor power supplies and cases. The main difference is that full ATX motherboards have a maximum size of 12"x9.6", and Mini ATX boards have maximum dimensions of 11.2"x8.2"."
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By the way, here is a link to the socket 939 build I'm planning:
http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...urrection.html
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By the way, here is a link to the socket 939 build I'm planning:
http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...urrection.html
I'm subbed and think i dropped a link in this thread for it. Keep us up to date on what that puppy can do! And All the help you may need is right here. GL

NY_Driver unfortunately I really need a better close up of those 3 area's. Maybe you can find a camera to borrow and zoom in on them?
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NY_Driver unfortunately I really need a better close up of those 3 area's. Maybe you can find a camera to borrow and zoom in on them?
Rescanning in 2400dpi now. Hopefully that will be better.

tssss...only took like 2 minutes to scan it today, this computer I'm on has potential, but is very poorly maintained.

Anyways here's the super close up...................enjoy it's too big I guess, it won't upload...I'll try image shack.
http://img31.imageshack.us/img31/596...dpiopty170.jpg

WOW, a scanner is an amazing tool, I gotta get me one.
Edited by ny_driver - 1/24/10 at 8:23am
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Rescanning in 2400dpi now. Hopefully that will be better.

tssss...only took like 2 minutes to scan it today, this computer I'm on has potential, but is very poorly maintained.

Anyways here's the super close up...................enjoy it's too big I guess, it won't upload...I'll try image shack.
http://img31.imageshack.us/img31/596...dpiopty170.jpg

WOW, a scanner is an amazing tool, I gotta get me one.
The Good: Looks like you may be able to get away with a tinning and cleanup except for 2 places.

The bad: Still can't tell how bad those gouges are. Should be able to Mic the pins out though to check for shorts.

The Ugly: Pacman is eating you cpu! (where's waldo guys?)

:d I'm more hopeful after this image than the previous one.
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Random off-topic post of the day:
I just realized, I used to be in a CSS clan with a guy named ThInKer...

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Rescanning in 2400dpi now. Hopefully that will be better.

tssss...only took like 2 minutes to scan it today, this computer I'm on has potential, but is very poorly maintained.

Anyways here's the super close up...................enjoy it's too big I guess, it won't upload...I'll try image shack.
http://img31.imageshack.us/img31/596...dpiopty170.jpg

WOW, a scanner is an amazing tool, I gotta get me one.
I agree with Hue that its hard to tell how bad those gouges are. I don't know if there's anything important that shallow under the surface anyway.
Edited by nategr8ns - 1/24/10 at 10:02am
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The Good: Looks like you may be able to get away with a tinning and cleanup except for 2 places.

The bad: Still can't tell how bad those gouges are. Should be able to Mic the pins out though to check for shorts.

The Ugly: Pacman is eating you cpu! (where's waldo guys?)

:d I'm more hopeful after this image than the previous one.
Here is a brief description to go along with the image.............
---the spots circled in yellow are very shallow, but I can see copper shining through.
---the ones circled in blue are very shallow and I cannot see any copper.
---and the one circled in red in not very deep either, it appears so shallow that I'm not sure it even goes all the way through the black layer. I don't think I see any copper.

I don't really know anything about micing the pins out to check for shorts, but it doesn't really sound that complicated, just tedious.
I've never done any tinning, but I do have a 15watt radio shack soldering iron that I've never used.

here is the circled image..... http://img638.imageshack.us/img638/7...170circled.jpg

EDIT: whoohoooo 600 posts, so I decided I should change my avatar.
Edited by ny_driver - 1/24/10 at 2:26pm
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I think I found your problem.


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I think I found your problem.

To the naked eye that appears not to be there at all, but it sure looks like something in the picture. I misplaced my magnifying glass which I'm hunting for now. I'll get back to you in a few.

EDIT:If you compare this image with the one posted 20 hours ago, you will see that that transistor looks just like the rest of them......still hunting for the magnifying glass. Good eye just the same though.

EDIT#2: it looks perfectly normal with the magnifying glass, maybe there was a piece of dust or something on the scanner this morning. Too bad it wasn't that simple.
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