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I have a old MB and a old CPU, can you just tell me if I can put them together?

MB is a: M7VKB Socket A ATX form factor VIA VT8363A chipset


CPU is a: AMD Duron DHD1300AMT1B Socket A (socket462)

I have all spec if you need more info!

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  • chefgregory Feb 16, 2008

    sorry wrong forum!

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Should work fine.

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