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Pno ko mala2man kung PCI or PCI-E ang slot sa motherboard ko. P3 733 lng po pc ko. mgpapalit kc po ako ng video card.

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Re: PCI and PCI-E

::: Hi.. Good Day to you.. ::::

--- How will i address you.. Mr. / Ms., or Sir / Mam'

Ok, it was really hard to guess and saying my answer to you without really knowing the platform you exactly have there..

But i'll try, maybe we can practice now first of such a guessing game, i will ask from you a clue so that for me to return back and solved the take home puzzle exam with my best pick and undersatanding, just to make you say YES! at last theres no more cube puzzle to solved coz i heat it up with fire and melt that plastic puzzle cube into a new form...

Let's get down to business, you said you will repalaced you VC (Video Card) I want to know what kind and the model such as the approx. capacity or the size / speed.. of VC you will gonna replaced , and i need to know how much RAM memory that have installed to your PC (Personal Computer).

And another one i still really confused bout' why you want to know if your MB (MotherBoard) is a PCI or a PCI-E type..?

Furthermore i want to know what kind of VC you currently using / installed on your PC, kindly provide to me the Model and capacity of your VC, if it is a VGA or a PCI card type...

Hope i can hear much more info. from you, so i can dig more info and try to give to you of my best answer... (and forget that cube puzzle...?) and try the board maze puzzle..


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