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Motherboard recommendation Supports DDR3


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One of my motherboard slots was destroyed so I could not use the 32G I bought in full unfortunately. 

I was wondering if there is how to get a new motherboard that will support 4 slots of And will not fall to the level of the present.

 

 

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I find it hard to believe that you will find 7 - year - old motherboards in stores in the country. I looked a bit at TMS and Tangle and it seems that the oldest to be found there is LGA1150 boards, a newer bracket than your own. And it's who knows if they really have it or it just appears on the site.

 

You will have to search on eBay or the 2nd hand market in my opinion.

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I find it hard to believe that you will find 7 - year - old motherboards in stores in the country. I looked a bit at TMS and Tangle and it seems that the oldest to be found there is LGA1150 boards, a newer bracket than your own. And it's who knows if they really have it or it just appears on the site.

 

You will have to search on eBay or the 2nd hand market in my opinion.

 

It seems to me that eBay is really the best option 

https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_fsrp=1&_nkw=mother+board+ddr3+LGA1155&_sacat=0&_from=R40&LH_TitleDesc=0&Brand=ASUS|GIGABYTE&rt=nc&Number%20of%20Memory%20Slots=4&_dcat=1244

 

How do I actually choose a board that will fit my processor? And if already buy, how do I choose the best of the old ones that will fit what I currently have. 

Do you have a recommendation for something specific from there that might be perhaps the HIGH END (as much as possible lol)

 

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