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    Moderated By: jttar
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    new motherboard in a vaio pcv-rs100 ??? Dashboard
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    Last Reply: June 11, 2005, 2:34 pm

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    Author new motherboard in a vaio pcv-rs100 ???

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    Joined: Feb 19, 2005
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    From: knoxville, tenn

      Posted: 2005-06-11 10:14

    can i put this  motherboard in my sony vaio pcv-rs100 ??

    just wondering if its possible and if i would need a new psu or
    anything...thanks all !!!!!

    [ This message was edited by: rainking on 2005-06-11 10:15 ]


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    From: MG,Brazil

      Posted: 2005-06-11 14:34

    If your Sony board is a standard full size ATX model it will fit but if Sony uses proprietory power supply's like Dell
    (I don't know if they do),then you might need to buy a converter cable to connect to the Sony Power supply leads .


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