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Is this MOBO Dual Cpus


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anoobrew

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ASRock K8 COMBO-Z Socket 754 and 939 ULi M1689 ATX AMD Motherboard


This mobo can handle 939 or 754 but can it support both at teh same time


i found it at newegg.com
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NO!!
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hmm, thats an interesting way to try and future proof a mobo...

its not dual chip, but it will support the newest AMD dual core chip, which is equal to 2 CPU's.
if your building that, might as well get a mobo that doesnt have a bunch of wasted space on an extra processor slot you wont be using!
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