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Cpu socket 478 is not work - ASUS K8V-MX Motherboard

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Unfortunately the K8V-MX is slot 754 and will not work with a socket 478 processor.Be sure to check your processors pins if you actually installed it into the socket as some of the pins may verry well have been bent or worse.And if they are bent be verry careful straitening them as they will snap off quite easily.Hope this helps! And sorry for the problems.

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