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What is the life of a motherboard?


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Quote of daniel2828

Anyone here with older motherboards still working part time?

 

What is ?

Announcement of a competition Who has more ..........?   : nixweiss:

 

Like everything, there is and is.

Most often, replacements Because new features are needed 

Or of course replace a processor.

Sometimes the board breaks down.

Proper and functioning motherboards from the years you specify are not uncommon

As you probably think, and it's still in the home field.

In the business / server field ........ It is generally shipped.  :D

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Don't forget that you are only talking about the motherboard but there are complete specifications and another important part is the power supply that you did not mention in any of the specifications that were not mentioned either.

Quote of napoleon45

Just as there is no doubt about the "quality" of today's products, and not just motherboards.

 

Sad!

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