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Any new M-DTX MOBO?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Does any company make modern M-DTX MOBO with 2 PCIE slots?

 

I want to see if even make a build with 2 watercooled furyX in a mini ITX sized build. But first is to see if their is a MOBO on the market that can do that.

 

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http://www.overclock.net/t/1515838/mini-dtx-hype-thread-itx-with-two-pcie-slots


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Does any company make modern M-DTX MOBO with 2 PCIE slots?

 

I want to see if even make a build with 2 watercooled furyX in a mini ITX sized build. But first is to see if their is a MOBO on the market that can do that.

 

found this. might explain it- http://www.overclock.net/t/1345585/mdtx-motherboards

 

tl;dr= ITX can get the job done at an even smaller form factor


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Posted · Original PosterOP

found this. might explain it- http://www.overclock.net/t/1345585/mdtx-motherboards

 

tl;dr= ITX can get the job done at an even smaller form factor

 

The idea is using 2 furyX which would need 2 PCI-e slots not 1.

 

or can you split a PCI-e X16 into 2 PCI-e X8

 

EDIT: I could use something like this, and fab a case around it. http://www.compsource.com/ttechnote.asp?part_no=RSCR2UT2E8R&vid=428&src=F

 

or remove the pins out of the x16 slot and fab a extension board to create a m-dtx board.


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The idea is using 2 furyX which would need 2 PCI-e slots not 1.

 

or can you split a PCI-e X16 into 2 PCI-e X8

 

EDIT: I could use something like this, and fab a case around it. http://www.compsource.com/ttechnote.asp?part_no=RSCR2UT2E8R&vid=428&src=F

 

or remove the pins out of the x16 slot and fab a extension board to create a m-dtx board.

 

all possible, just really annoying to do unless nothing else is possible. 

 

I have no knowledge of new m-dtx boards sry


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DTX was a form factor designed by AMD, but it never went off. It's the same story with BTX, it never got popular, only Dell uses it.


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