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Old 03-16-2008, 05:46 PM   #11
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Default Re: what are PCI-E X1 slots on a motherboard for?

To run in RAID you need drives of the same size and speed.

Here's a nice page on setting up RAID: Beginners Guides: Installing RAID on Desktop PCs

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Default Re: what are PCI-E X1 slots on a motherboard for?

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network cards, usb cards etc. Wouldn't be surprised if you would find a sound card that uses pci-e 1x.
Basically it's ment for small stuff, kind of like pci is used nowadays.
Yeah sound cards to. The one that came with my mother board (ASUS MAXIMUS FORMULA) came with the supreme fx2 and it uses pci-e 1x
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Default Re: what are PCI-E X1 slots on a motherboard for?

alright thnx alot guys
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