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Old 03-28-2006, 02:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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does anyone know what interface it is supposed to perform on? such as PCI-E, AGP or other?
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PCI and PCIe x4
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so not PCIe X16?
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No.
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thats good.
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i think eventually theyll come out with pcie16. at least i hope
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I don't think 16X will ever be neccessary. It said on the website that internal memory and interface speed were not bottlenecks like on early video cards. Only the software and speed of the onboard proccessor matter. It is not the amount of info going in and out that is the problem but all those intense math equations.

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This has been answered already on the other thread. PCI and PCI-E
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Yay, finally a use for that PCIe x 4 on the Ultra-d. Are there any other things that use that slot? I dont think ive ever seen one.
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