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any body have the asus motherboard  nomenclature for LGA775,LGA1156,LGA1366
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If you go to http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx and under General Download,
Select Product -> choose Motherboard
Select Series -> choose Socket775

When you drop down Select Models, it will show you all the possible models with the LGA775 socket (mostly P5* boards)

Repeat for LGA1156 (mostly P7* boards)

and LGA1366 (mostly P6* models)

Is that the info you wanted?
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