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Dual Processor 486 Motherboard?

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Hi,
     I have two 486DX2-66 processors, and am looking for a dual processor motherboard to put them on.  Any information you could provide about where to find one would be greatly appreciated.
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Jalt:  Intel, Supermicro and Tyan all made dual socket 3 and 5 motherboards, however trying to find one now is going to be tough to say the least. I would try Haggle Online, Ebay Auction and search the internet using Excite and specify dual processor motherboards.
Best regards,
Dennis
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