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I think my mother board died so i was wondering if i could get one that i can just switch out my memory sicks, video card, etc. i havent been able to find the exact one i have online or any stores. what can i get that is campatible with a Msi K7n2 delta-ILSR?

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Have you tried ebay ?

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