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|8th October 2012, 09:22||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Upgrading videocard. Using a diamond cutting wheel.
This actually happened to me: recently I needed an PCI-E x1 videocard, as all x16 slots were already occupied. PCI-E x1 cards are being sold but they are rare and quite expensive. I decided to try to upgrade (or better say modify) my spare PCI-E x16 videocard nVidia 8400GS to fit into x1 slot.
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