SIS shows off 754-939 pin motherboard

@ 2004/07/30
One board caught our attention because it was rotating slowly and seemed to be the oddest dual socket board we’d ever seen. In fact, this is a board made by Asrock to accommodate the folk who want to plug either a 754 pin Athlon XP or an Athlon 64 for 939 pins into a motherboard. That’s because the change from one socket to another is always tricky. In passing, Dirk Meyer, senior VP at AMD, confirmed that when the K9 comes, it will have a different socket to 939 pins, yeah verily. Here’s the Asrock board:

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