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June 30, 2011, 08:46:14 AM
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I have a few older PCI only main boards. I thought maybe I could get them working a bit.

I know the better, new GPUs aren't going to work but is there any older GPUs that use PCI that I might pick up on eBay perhaps that could contribute, say, more than 10MH/s each?

Or are they pretty much all useless today?

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Even if you could get those types of cards, it would not be worth it to mine that slowly. The only way I know that you could use those slots is getting the PCI > PCI-e adapter that Cablesaurus sells.
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