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Yes it does seem like the Mother Board might not take the video card, but it will. The memory slots are going to be very close to the video card, but if you look at the two products (mobo and video card) you'll see that the video cards PCIe insert fin is on one side of the mammoth card, and there is plenty of room below the PCIe slot on the board to accompany this video card. What you might want to do is just make sure you have the proper PSU wattage to handle that killer card.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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