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Hey guys i got an Hp pavilion a320n with a fried motherboard i found out that it came with an Asus A7N8X-LA just needing to know how much this costs to determine if i should just buy another computer
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Google is your friend! :tazz:
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if the pc is still under warrenty take it back for a free fix.

according to the hp website...here is what they say.

part #DF263-69002, price $199.00, Motherboard (system board) - Explorer 2, GL6E *REQUIRES RETURN OF DEFECTIVE PART*
part #5187-4885, price $222.00, New part for DF263-69002

to me thats pretty [bleep] expensive.

if you decide to buy a new motherboard or a new pc, just take this into account.
1-if you want to replace your existing mobo remember that it's a uatx(micro) so you will need to replace it with a uatx(micro) bord (the difference between uatx and a atx are the dimentions, uatx is smoller then the atx model
2-before you spend $$$ on a new pc first decide what you are going to use it for. it would be a waste to buy a low priced pc and then when you use it for (games/software) you realize your new pc can't handle it and then your off to buying another one

glad to help
you can find cheaply priced motherboard at variety of websites, i use http://www.newegg.com, you can go there and do a search to see what the price range is but don't forget there are a buttload of other sites
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