To answer your question, I don't think
so, but I'm not positive. If you could
find a mobo that supports that RAM, your selection is definitely going to be limited.
I just took a quick look at the first 5 pages of results on newegg.com, and all the mobo's I saw accepted 240-pin memory. When I searched "184 pin motherboard", the only results were for refurbished boards.
I'm assuming that the reason for this post is because, for whatever reason, you need a new mobo. Personally, I'd suggest just getting the one you really want, and accepting the fact that it likely won't take the same RAM. Memory is relatively inexpensive these days, so it probably wouldn't add much to your total cost, and would be better than pigeon-holing yourself to a limited (if any) selection of boards simply to be able to use the same RAM.
In addition, you might find that your current RAM could actually be more expensive
than current, better/faster RAM, simply because it's older technology. It's a textbook example of manufacturers/retailers grabbing us by the proverbial testes - just because they can. I found this out not long ago when I was upgrading an older laptop. The ancient RAM I needed was still readily available, but cost a lot more per GB than the latest and greatest stuff. Same thing for the HDD - the old IDE/PATA drive I needed cost about double what a current and equivalent capacity SATA drive costs. Your stuff isn't that
old, but you get the point.
In a nutshell, your best bet is probably to buy the most up-to-date stuff you can afford.
EDIT: Also keep in mind the ever-changing processor technology. I don't know what your plans for that are, but that must be factored in when considering a mobo.
Originally Posted by titanoman
Please tell me that's a joke....