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June 13th, 2024 07:26

# WHICH TYPE OF PCI SLOT DOES DELL MOTHERBOARD OGY6Y8 HAVE

Can someone tell me HOW much type of PCI SLOTS DOES OGY6Y8 DELL MOTHERBOARD WITH LGA 1155 HAVE like lets take a example (motherboard (A) having pci x16 and x4 pci only but MOTHERBOARD (B) having x16 , x 16 , x 4 and x 1 pci slots. So i want to know that which type of pci slots does OGY6Y8 have because i think it having 2 x16 pci and 1 x4 pci  like this image THE HIGH LIGHTED PORTION IS PCI OF MY MOTHERBOARD  TELL THE TYPE OF PCI  that  if they are x16 or x1 or OTHER VERSION OF PCI. DONT TELL VERSION OF PCI BECAUSE IT IS 3.0 I want to know the TYPE.

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June 14th, 2024 02:17

Attached Optiplex 7010 Tech Guide.

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June 14th, 2024 04:11

from top to bottom

blue x 16 slot: #10 PCIe X 16 slot 1

black x 1 slot: #11 PCIe x 1 slot 2

white PCI slot: #12 PCI slot 3

black x 16 slot: #13 PCIe x 16 (wiredx4) slot 4

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June 14th, 2024 17:44

Name ssd adapter can go in the long black x16 slot which is perfect for ssd that uses 4 pcie lanes

the white pci slot is legacy pci non express slot.  It can be used for slow legacy card.

The legacy PCI has a data rate of 133MB/s

the slowest PCIe 1.0 slot is 250 MB/s for PCIe 1.0.  7010 has PCIe2.0 slot.

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June 14th, 2024 01:19

 Card,Planar,Medium Tower,7010,Optiplex,Second.

it is 7010 MT motherboard

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June 14th, 2024 14:46

Ok so I got my answer but my last doubt is that. That the another long Pci coloured black note that I am saying long black one so can I fit x16 devices or x4 devices if both so what I choose basically I am fitting A NVME adapter. AND AT LAST that white pci is labled in all replies is pci didn't specify the x so tell me in white slot what x version I can use x1,x4,x8,x16 ?

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June 14th, 2024 15:13

PCI is not PCie, so the relative x modifiers do not apply.  You cannot install a PCIe card in the PCI slot;  they're incompatible.

The PCie slot is 16 bits wide so it'll fit a 16 bit card -- but it's connected to the system x4, not x16.

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June 15th, 2024 07:14

@redxps630​ so it means if I use x4 nvme ssd adapter it is most good option However, my problem is solved Thanks 👍

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