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(Msg. 1) Posted: Wed May 30, 2007 12:30 pm
Post subject: Can anyone tell me where can i found 7NIF2's manual?
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hi all!
it's a socket 462 with 6 usb, PS2, 2 COM, 1 par, VGA and tv out built in,
SPDIF & audio out, microatx form factor with agp and three PCIs, three DDR
slots.
it's a 7NIF2 from Chaintech if anyone has got the manual or the pinout for
the usb header and some other...

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