PCI, how does it work? I don't wanna talk to a troller. Mfer be trolling, giving me ish.
Both Asus and Intel have PCI. Asus average 4 until you get to ROG series. ITS CALLED MASS COMPATABILITY. Most users use ONE graphics card and onboard. PCI is strictly for low end legacy boards for budget users.
Will this ATX board hold a
SAPPHIRE 100352-2L Radeon HD 7950 3GB 384-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card?
Yes, it has at least one 16x PCI-Express slot
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because 1) most people dont use expansion cards, they use onboard
2) people who do use expansion cards are probably going to use something existing they have
3) you dont need a serial link for a wireless card
4) keep up the thread crapping
LOL "Having 3 PCIs is great because no-one uses them". As for the wireless cards, here it is again: if the wireless card is active, no other PCI cards can send data.
My point remains: why anyone would buy a $90 Z77 board with 3 PCI is beyond me.
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