How to interpret mobo specs?

  [email protected] 21:39 22 Dec 2004

I was looking on the PCChips site click here at a mobo described as "CPU on board". Does this mean it comes with a "CPU on board" as one would assume, but the price doesnt really support the theory. Would a knowledgeable one care to check and advise please, thanks.

  [email protected] 11:14 23 Dec 2004

Thanks Totally - it just seemed strange to me to advertise a mobo with On Board CPU for the same price as separate CPU [low end Athlon/Duron]. Why PCChips? - well my mate has a struggling ancient PC with an earlier version of the mobo I queried, and I was just exploring the possibilities and expense of upgrading it, but having diverted it from its journey to the skip some 4 yrs ago my advice to him will be to let it continue its journey ;-). Thanks for looking into my query Totally, much obliged.

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