Also, I ran a scan of my computer at crucial.com to see if that helps, but the information is inaccurate. It thinks I have an MS-6712 series, but the motherboard is clearly labeled MS-6764 series. And if that weren't enough, it thinks I have three memory slots, which you could tell isn't true just by looking at the board (it has two for DDR). Finally, it says that it doesn't support dual-channel memory (which it does).
The scan does say that it doesn't support ECC, but I don't know if that means much considering it doesn't seem to have my board's specs accurately. It might be so if the 6712 is similar enough to the 6764. However my 6764 is clearly different from the one in the link you found (KT2-Combo as opposed to KT2-Combo-L).
I suppose I should expect as much given that my board rarely shows up completely accurately on these types of scans. Even Belarc thinks it is a 6712. I am guessing the chipsets are very similar for it to come up like that on different scans, either that or both scans use a similar or the same methodology. But as I said, MS-6764 is printed right on the board and it certainly doesn't look like a 6712 anyway (which does have three memory slots).
Anyway, I hope that is enough information on my MB. I realize it isn't an easy board to search for.