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Motherboard Identification anyone?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by mpstevens, Nov 10, 2011.

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  1. mpstevens

    mpstevens Thread Starter

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    Please can anyone identify the Motherboard Number from the attached pic.
    I'm trying to find a compatible motherboard but need the model number first?

    Any help appreciated?

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  2. valis

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    i think it's a packard bell stingray
     
  3. mpstevens

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    thanks , do you know which is possibly the part number?
     
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    Look beside the RAM sockets .. Is there a number ???
    Like this one maybe ??
     

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  5. mpstevens

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    Hi,

    imprinted in white is : D33007
    Is this the part number?

    it's followed by CE and then FC

    Regards
    Mike
     
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    Possibly ???
    I got several Google hits on d33007 cefc and PBAPL00P01 .. but No manuals or specs ??
     
  7. mpstevens

    mpstevens Thread Starter

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    Many thanks for your help
     
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    Its a Packard Bell Stingray PTS73, its a custom board for a Packard Bell and there won't me much detailed information on it for that reason. You don't really need to know the exact specs of it to find a replacement; find a replacement based on the processor, memory, and graphics card you have - its a socket 775 board using DDR2 RAM, and PCI-Express for a graphics card if you have one. You can check to see if you can see the chipset manufacturer on the board; ie. Intel or nVidia to match it closer.

    You can even buy the same board, but its not cheap: http://www.bidorbuy.co.za/item/40879464/Packard_Bell_Stingray_PTS73_Motherboard_Socket_LGA775.html
    Personally I wouldn't buy a Packard Bell replacement board; too expensive and too low quality.
     
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