Question about VIA P4MA Motherboard
Every motherboard will have the model number of the board marked on the board. Some manufactures place the model number on a white sticker located on the side of a PCI slot. Others mark the board near the memory slots, & others will mark a white sticker with the model number on the side of an IDE port or LPT port. (All found on the motherboard it's self).
Older boards lack such markings & people look for some markings on the north bridge & south bridge chipsets. The VIA P4MA you posted above I found from searching google. Looking for specs. Than the user can compair their board with a pic listed within the spec search. http://www.shopping.com/xPF-VIA-Socket-478-P4MA
Bottom line it is not easy finding older boards with little information marked on the board.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
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