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AMD Athlon 64 Socket AM2 CPU in a Socket 939 Motherboard
Processors & Memory
Written by Gizmo   
Friday, 13 October 2006 08:01

OCInside shows off the Asrok 939SLI32 eSATA2 with a twist: this socket 939 board is designed with a CPU upgrade slot to allow it to handle different CPUs:

"As already mentioned in the top of the test, the 939SLI32-eSATA2 Motherboard offers beside
the AMD 939 pin CPU socket also a so-called ASRock Future CPU Port (yellow slot).
Of course this option shouldn't remain untested, because who already own this Motherboard
and would like to buy now one of the inexpensive AMD AM2 CPUs,
can upgrade the board for Socket AM2 within a few minutes!

You just need the so-called AM2CPU board from ASRock and of course the suitable 240-Pin
DDR II memory modules, which are set directly on this board.
The CPU EZ Upgrade board is currently available for approx. 29 euro (10/2006) and
is delivered in this small box:"

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(Image Courtesy of OCInside)
 

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