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Old 09-26-2015, 07:23 PM   #21
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Could have sworn the spec sheet said x1, probably a typo. Regardless, if OP isn't using his x16 slot, he can put the x2 card into the x16 slot.
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Old 09-26-2015, 07:41 PM   #22
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That would work as the MB has what appears to be an HDMI port on it. If it's a display port there are adaptors out there to convert to HDMI.
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Could have sworn the spec sheet said x1, probably a typo. Regardless, if OP isn't using his x16 slot, he can put the x2 card into the x16 slot.
Yes non of my ports are uses the X1 and x16 PCI are free all of them are open

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That would work as the MB has what appears to be an HDMI port on it. If it's a display port there are adaptors out there to convert to HDMI.
Yes it's a HDMI port it's not used tho it's a display free system
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