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Post PCIE free board

I plan to use a miniPC system for a new product we have developped. In order to comply with our requirement we need to insert a Fire Pro OHCI IEEE-1394 b PCI express card short size.
Is it possible? Would it fit inside the Intense PC?

Our application also requires i7 processor Windows 7 Pro 64 bit, 4 Go Ram, and the largest SATA Hardrive available. We are processing 3D images and this may requires some high power and computing works. I wonder if your Intense PC whould handle the temperature?

What would you recomend? :geek:

The skinteam

Wed Oct 17, 2012 3:32 pm
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Post Re: PCIE free board
I am afraid there will be a problem to insert the PCIe card into the IntensePC. You can use an IntensePC's face modules connector to build an external PCIe connector to plug the PCIe card. The second option is to look for such full sized mini PCIe card

Gabriel Heifets

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Thu Oct 18, 2012 3:19 pm
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