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Asus P5N-MX


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Hello guys, I've had a dell pc for a while now and recently got told that there is a Asus P5N-MX Motherboard in it because the original board broke like a year ago, Anyway....... The Asus P5N-MX motherboard that is in there now needs replacing as its packed up, I cant seem to find this motherboard anywhere as its been discontinued, Does anybody know where I can get 1? Or if there is an alternative motherboard that will fit into the box I have? Many hanks in advance....... John.


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Mind taking a picture of the motherboard?. If it's a standard mATX or ATX or even ITX size, you can buy any motherboard with the same LGA socket. If it's a custom designed shape, you might have to check somewhere like fleabay. Found it

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=mATX nforce 7050 775
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System Name Ha/AhHa/Dell
Processor QX9650 SLAWN C1/i7-980x/i7-6700K
Motherboard GA-X48_DS4 (F3B bios)/Gigabyte x58A-UDR3 v 2.0(modded FH bios)/Dell Foxconn 0XJ8C4 Z170
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Memory 8 Gig of G.Skill F2-8800CL5D/24 Gb Corsair Vengence/ 24Gb Samsung DDR4 2133
Video Card(s) Galaxy NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960/PowerColor R9 280/ASUS R9 380X Strix G1
Storage All have SSDs with HDDs for extra storage and backup/Dell-M.2 Samsung 850 EVO PCIe
Display(s) Asus 266H/Viewsonic 1080p/HP ZR24W
Case CM-690/CM-690 II adv/Dell 8900 series
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You can try PC Planet. Never used them, so I can,t vouch for 'em.

That is a mATX motherboard, you might be able to do some upgrades if you desire.
You may be able to get a more up to date board for less; however you may have to update other parts, like CPU, memory,PSU, etc.
Or, it may be time for a complete new system.
Or, just go with your original plan.

Here is an article that may be of interest to you: Before Buying a Micro ATX Motherboard, You Should Know These Facts
Good luck in whatever you do.

Also, what made you conclude the board you have now is DOA?