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June 06, 2011, 10:40:57 AM
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Hi,

Im new to this and i think im going to buy a new motherboard.. Tried to find some info about the difference between x1 and x16..

So, does it matter if i use x1 or x16 for my GPU? Thinking about 5850. Do i loose Mhash/s due to x1 instead of x16?
Is there any loss using x1 to x16 converter?

Why i wounder is because i can find multiple x1 slot-cards for less price then multiple x16-slot cards! Smiley

//sk3d
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