It's extremely unlikely, the chances are that is a proprietary board. The only thing I've seen similar was an nVidia Tegra board, which was also on a DDR2 card. However, chances of that being the same pinout are very slim, and then chances that it'll interface with the existing hardware are slimmer, and if your chances weren't paltry enough already, there won't be any ROMs and drivers that will be able to take the hybrid.So maybe in theory, but no.
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