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Mb 550 motherboard specs

Im trying to find the motherboard specs for an old computer i'm working on at school

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That would be very hard to find them verrrry hard !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! only 200 people would have them in the us

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