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Availability just wanna ask if emaxx mcp 615 motherboard exist? thanks for possible answers from any one.

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I did some research on it and i think mabe the "5" was supposed to be a "s" in the mcp-61"s" instead of "5" check out their website and tell me what you think they have a driver for it. I couldnt pull up anything else....http://www.emaxxtech.com/products.php?id=1

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