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LGA 370 Dual Socket Mobo?

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Well im putting together a old gaming rig (Memories mainly ) so what im looking for is a LGA sockect 370 motherboard (Here comes the crazy part) In dual socket form. If that is not really feasible im fine with any duel socket board thats in that realm of older cpu's. Thanks guys
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Just a tip that socket 370 is not LGA (Land Grid Array).
I've been looking for a decent OC'able one as well.
Abit BP6 was one of the originals..

Something like a dual socket A might be fun as well.
You can modify an Athlon XP to an Athlon MP (multiprocessor support) using a pencil.
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It's socket 370, not LGA LGA applies to CPUs that don't have the pins on the processor.

Anyway, there are dual-socket motherboards for socket 370. I'm not too sure how reasonably priced they are nowadays, but good luck to you
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