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So, on my journey to implement a nice PC PS2 to my electronics collection, I've come across yet another problem:

 

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132897&cm_re=mini_STX_motherboard-_-13-132-897-_-Product

 

WHERE IS THE RAM FOR THIS THING.

 

Seriously, I've yet to see any 204-pin DDR4-2133 SO-DIMM RAM....ANYWHERE. 

 

Can anyone help me? Please?

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Reach out to Newegg. I'm sure it's a typo. DDR4 is only 288-pin.

I do see SO-DIMM 260-pin DDR4-2133.

Yeah,  must be a typo as the picture of that mobo doesn't look like SODIMM slots.

Although ASUS website also says it's SODIMM:  http://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/H110S2-CSM/specifications/

They do look small enough to be SO-DIMM. 

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I do see SO-DIMM 260-pin DDR4-2133.

They do look small enough to be SO-DIMM.

 

 

 

 

I stand corrected. Asus' website is VERY VERY vague on the matter.

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I stand corrected. Asus' website is VERY VERY vague on the matter.

 

Not vague at all.

 

As per the MB link from delroy.

 

2 x SO-DIMM, Max. 32GB, DDR4 2133 MHz Non-ECC, Un-buffered Memory 

 

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So apparently the Ethernet ports (they are stacked) on the ASUS MoBo might be too tall for the PS2 Slim case (don not advise I use the Phat or another case), and what might I be able to do about it? I could remove the top Ethernet port, but I am unsure how. 

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Didn't you say you had a Dremel tool?  Cut a hole in the case where the ports are stacked.

Case is literally 22mm high. Enough for one good Ethernet port, but not 2 stacked. 

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