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Does this protector work on every motherboard

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it will only work with LGA 115X socket boards


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, GDRRiley said:

it will only work with LGA 115X socket boards

No what I mean is if I got this of a z390 Asus board will it work on a msi z390 board 

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21 minutes ago, Smackaroy said:

No what I mean is if I got this of a z390 Asus board will it work on a msi z390 board 

why do you care about that?

You want to replace the MoBo but  keep protector,huh?

I think each one is the same from Foxconn.

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4 minutes ago, frozensun said:

why do you care about that?

You want to replace the MoBo but  keep protector,huh?

I think each one is the same from Foxconn.

My old motherboard died so I got a new one but I somehow closed the protector of the new one oops so I was wondering when I later shelf this motherboard could I use the protector of my old motherboard.

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11 minutes ago, Smackaroy said:

My old motherboard died so I got a new one but I somehow closed the protector of the new one oops so I was wondering when I later shelf this motherboard could I use the protector of my old motherboard.

As long as it is same socket I think u can.

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8 hours ago, Smackaroy said:

No what I mean is if I got this of a z390 Asus board will it work on a msi z390 board 

they are both the same socket so it will work.

8 hours ago, Windows9 said:

depends which company makes both sockets

there is only 1 company who makes the physical CPU sockets, foxcon.


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