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Old May 2, 2009, 12:05 AM
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Default using TRUE120 LGA775 Backplate with P6T?

anyone is using the TRUE120 LGA775 Backplate with his ASUS P6T? the board has both mounting holes but I don't know if the true120 775 backplate will fit fine or I still need to buy the 1366 true120 backplate
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The holes for socket 775 are 72mm x 72mm
The holes for socket 1366 are 80mm x 80mm.

So it won't work.

EDIT: What? It has both holes? Nevermind then... I said nothing..
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the P6T has both mounting holes:
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Old May 2, 2009, 12:37 AM
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the P6T has both mounting holes:
Yeah I see that now.. weird!

Not sure if it will work or not.. It'll be MIGHTY close if it does...

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