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Old 11-16-2005, 06:00 PM   #11 (permalink)
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acually socket 478 do have pci express
I am not after a board with PCI Express.
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Well, my morning has been all F**Ked

Firstly i am running around finding avalability of those motherboard. About the only one instock in the Intel Desktop Board D865GB......... provided I purchase a box of 10 of them.

I then get these 2 clowns of sales reps confusing PCI and PCI-E x1. So more time wasted talking with Intel only to find out that these people were full of ****.

And then in the end, the customer has disided that they are going install 2 PCs with 4x PCI slots in each.

My bull$#!+'o'meter is about to explode!!!!!!


Anyways, thanks for the suggestions guys.
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I then get these 2 clowns of sales reps confusing PCI and PCI-E x1. So more time wasted talking with Intel only to find out that these people were full of ****.
yeah, when I searched for the boards I got to a site which had "X PCI Slots" for each motherboard.
but when I looked at the board itself, I found that most of the time they had included PCI-E slots when counting them.
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yeah, when I searched for the boards I got to a site which had "X PCI Slots" for each motherboard.
but when I looked at the board itself, I found that most of the time they had included PCI-E slots when counting them.
Yeah.... well that line of thinking got me into **** today.

Anyways, I does not matter now as they are very likely to be using for 2 computers instead.
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