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    High V middle grade.

    Hi

    I am still struggling to work out the difference between high and middle grade boards. Here, in my part of the only scrap options are high, middle, low.

    I understand that most motherboards are high grade but where do expansion boards, modem boards go?


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    If the motherboards are P4 and newer they should be close in price to the modem boards. The backplane expansion boards have a few different types. They should start around mid-grade and go up from there to 2-3x high grade price


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