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  • Will this card fit into any generic PCI slot?

    Hi All,

    Looking to buy a computer (from Aria) for work and this is an old PCI-GPIB card that needs to go into the computer to connect to an instrument. Will this card fit into any generic PCI slot?

    http://sine.ni.com/nips/cds/view/p/lang/en/nid/203786

    Many thanks,

    Eddzzz

  • #2
    Looks like a standard PCI connector to me buddy
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    • #3
      terrific! Many thanks,

      Ed

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      • #4
        That's PCI not PCI/e. Do modern motherboards still ship PCI slots? I thought it was all PCI/e these days?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by cold fusion View Post
          That's PCI not PCI/e. Do modern motherboards still ship PCI slots? I thought it was all PCI/e these days?
          Certainly some Skylake boards still have PCI slots.
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          • #6
            He asked if it will fit into a PCI slot, not a PCIe
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            • #7
              Originally posted by BigIan88 View Post
              He asked if it will fit into a PCI slot, not a PCIe
              He also said he was looking to buy a new computer. Hence my question about whether new computers still ship PCI.

              Generally I find it best to assume people don't know the difference between PCI and PCI express because they sound the same and frankly most people don't know the difference.

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              • #8
                Yeah you normally get a token PCI slot these days for very old hardware.. but agreed, it's best to check the specific details of board and other hardware..



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