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I want to develop an x86 motherboard. I know how hard this will be, but please do not tell me it is impossible. I am just wondering if there is a reference layout that is a **complete, working, functional motherboard** **available to a basic member. **I am looking for a chipset that supports at least one Core i3 CPU (I am talking about a non-embedded one). I have looked at a pinout for an LGA 1155. If I am correct, there are 1155 pins on it. It would be easier for me to understand a layout than 1,155 different pins, each one with a different function. **T hanks in advance.**

This is my first discussion. Sorry if you cannot understand it. Just ask me to clarify.

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Hello Henry,

Welcome to the Intel Embedded Community.

What is the s-spec number of your processor? We will try to help you as much as possible; please note that this is an embedded products' forum.

Regards,

Gabriel Thomas

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It does not matter, I just want a design more high end than an atom. For example, SR1NM. Thank you for replying!

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