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Intel D915GVW whose VGA chip get short

I have motherboard of Intel D915GVW whose VGA chip get short,
Hardware engineer told me that need to replace the motherboard.
I am using the Intel processor 2.67 GHz.
If there is need to replace the motherboard which one is best to compatible with 2.67 Ghz processor

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    I Need driver motherboard D845GVSR

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If the only vga chip gone short, use an add on vga card for display. otherwise use the same board for the processor you have.

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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