Monday, January 6, 2014 7:49:16 PM
Could be sawdust, but it's more likely ceramic dust. Too fine for textile shop work, too evenly spread to have ever been inside a working box. This is art. Identify the board and win 1000 Internets. Gen 1 AGP slot.(only rear spacer) 2x PS/2 ports, top mount 20 pin ATX connector, 9 pin serial header, no aux +4 connector, Parallel port, 2x IDE headers, floppy connector, more capacitors than I`ve seen in a decade.. Too much dust for me to be sure it`s not SD-RAM, but the fact that there are 3 slots says it is, or it`s a first gen DDR meaning this is either a Pentium 3 board or a socket-a AMD board. Most SD-RAM boards came in odd numbered slot configurations. There were many fewer DDR boards due to dual channel being introduced. Socket 370 and Socket-A were both shipped using SD-RAM and DDR-RAM. I`m pretty sure the clue is going to be the large number of voltage regulators around the CPU socket. The classic style of the north-bridge heat-sink is another hint. Soltek, Biostar, or MSI?