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PC Component Compatibility?

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Answer #1 | 28/12 2013 23:20
No. The motherboard doesn't have a PCI 3.0 slot. Look at AsRock motherboards if you're on a budget, or ASUS/Gigabyte if you're not. The card you get NEEDS to have at least one PCI 3.0 slot. Make sure the socket in the motherboard is the same of the.cpu you buy...
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Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 23:22
no, you will need a pci3.0 slot at 8x or higher to run it well make sure that the cpu you get suits the socket of the mobo (i dont know what amd cpus are all about, so i would suggest an intel lga 1150 cpu and a b85 [not cpu overclockable] or z87 [cpu overclockable] mobo) other sites to try: computerlounge tastech you can always ask global pc for a quote
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