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Old 12-06-2006, 11:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question pci express

whats the difference between pci express x16 and pci express x1?

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Originally posted by The General
very interesting... pci-e is taking a step up next year to double bandwidth.... and out goes todays mobo's..... lol
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It'll be nothing compared to PCI-f...I hear they're gonna strap a ferret to the mobo using duct-tape and helium.

'Course, then we'll all have to upgrade to a drop-bit compatible graphics card, capable of SLI fuzzy logic. The Badger module is better, but more difficult to install.

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