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Is This A Pcie x16 slot? [Possibly SOLVED]


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Wooboi

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here are some pictures they're really bad quality but you might be able to make it out :)
The graphics on my computer are terrible at the moment and i wanted to upgrade my card, i need to know if this is a pcie x16 slot or not though please :) :)
http://img151.images...dsc00075lv3.jpg
http://img228.images...dsc00074dq7.jpg

Edited by Wooboi, 15 April 2008 - 10:15 AM.

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Yes, it looks like a PCI-E 16 X slot with a PCI-E 1X next to it. The real way to tell is to find the motherboard makers website and download the specifications PDF file that will tell you.

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Hmm, i can't see why i didn't think of checking the motherboard manufacturers website earlier :) On NVIDIA's tech specs it does say it has a pcie x16 so :)
I'll just purchase the card and see if it works thanks for the help. :)
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