Old Motherboard Quest (For Old Gaming PC)
I'm rebuilding my old gaming PC circa 2009/10 purely for nostalgic reasons. I got a little ahead of myself and purchased a second graphics card currently matching the one in the system for SLI, failing to realize (or completely forgetting) that I don't have a second PCI-e slot = FAIL.
Anyways, to keep things short and simple, I need some help with make/models of any "MICRO" ATX motherboards that have two PCI-e x16 lane support for a Socket 775 CPU. This is proving to be a challenge as after a few days of doodling I've come across one or two however the second lane only supporting x8 at best and not the full x16. Does anyone remember if such a motherboard was ever made from that era? Probably X38/X48.
So to recap:
1) Socket 775 (1066mhz)
2) Micro ATX (this is a must)
3) Two PCI-e x16 lanes.
Obviously this search will take place on eBay so most results should return favourably, so don't be shy and hold back any suggestions