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can i use a gpu with a pcie to mini pcie adapter?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

i have a pc with a mini pcie, can i use a mini pcie to pcie full length to use a graphics card?

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Yeah, but you'll be limited to x1 which will severely limit performance (if you even find a GPU that will run at x1).


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Posted · Original PosterOP

what does x1 mean? and would 1x be worth it with a gtx460 instead of integrated radeon 5?

 

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5 minutes ago, VeroVex said:

what does x1 mean? and would 1x be worth it with a gtx460 instead of integrated radeon 5?

 

That means it has less bandwidth. Radeon 5? Do you mean the Ryzen 5's integrated GPU which is Vega 11? In that case I wouldn't worry about the 460, the Vega 11 is close to that card and that thing is ancient now too


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Posted · Original PosterOP
13 minutes ago, NZgamer said:

That means it has less bandwidth. Radeon 5? Do you mean the Ryzen 5's integrated GPU which is Vega 11? In that case I wouldn't worry about the 460, the Vega 11 is close to that card and that thing is ancient now too

yep, the integrated one. thanks

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