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    I've have just got this mobo from Ebay. How do I tell if what revision of board it is? I have been looking on the Gigabyte website and the latest revision of this mobo supports dual-core technology. If someone could point me in the right direction then that would be appreciated.

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    Thread split.

    It should have the mobo model number on the board and then go to the Gigabyte website.
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    Originally Posted by DJ2live
    I've have just got this mobo from Ebay. How do I tell if what revision of board it is? I have been looking on the Gigabyte website and the latest revision of this mobo supports dual-core technology. If someone could point me in the right direction then that would be appreciated.

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    The one above the revision indicates the motherboard revision. The one marked revision is the chipset revision.
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    Yeah, but to get that running you need to install a CPU . . . .and how can you do that when you don't know what cpu the mobo supports!
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    Originally Posted by aitken325i
    Yeah, but to get that running you need to install a CPU . . . .and how can you do that when you don't know what cpu the mobo supports!
    Fair comment that one. I'll have a look at the mobo and see if I can decipher the info from the many numbers and codes that are printed on it.

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    If you get stuck, just post back with what you find and we can try and help you out.
    The No Ma'am commandments:

    1.) It is O.K. to call hooters 'knockers' and sometimes snack trays
    2.) It is wrong to be French
    3.) It is O.K. to put all bad people in a giant meat grinder
    4.) Lawyers, see rule 3
    5.) It is O.K. to drive a gas guzzler if it helps you get babes
    6.) Everyone should car pool but me
    7.) Bring back the word 'stewardesses'
    8.) Synchronized swimming is not a sport
    9.) Mud wrestling is a sport

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