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Old 01-05-2010, 02:56 AM   #1
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Hi guys i have an Intel NH82801GB L750LA66 SL8FX ATX1 recently it got drenched in the rain not wholly but a part can i use it or not ,what should i do to use it if i want to any useful tips required.I have Intel Dual core processor and i want to use it please help me out guys .
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I would give it a shot after you have let it set and dry for several days. It might depend upon how badly it got drenched on how well it dries out. Just make sure it is completely dry first. Any moisture in an unseemingly place and you fry something.
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The mouse and keyboard port is bit rusted and the sound port too is that a problem.And what RAM should be used (DDR1 or DDR2)please help me out.
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Clean them the best that you can and see if it works. According to what I can find it uses simple DDR memory. Here are board specs if this is the correct one (double check with what you have):

https://www.dealtime.com/xPF-Biostar-...100Mbps-Ethern
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