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GRAPHIC CARD

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Hi..My pc has integrated graphic card Intel UHD Graphics 630..it also has 2 empty slots, 1 PCIe x16 and 1 PCIe x1...I would like to know what the purpose of these slots... If there were cards installed in one of these slots, what is the difference between these slots and the integrated card. also would I see any benefit if I did install in one of these slots?..I do not play any games with my pc..THANKS!

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@ohblueboy,

The PCIEX16 is a graphic card slot. Now a days, the PCIEx1 is an accessories slot.

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Hi  i am confused was this a response to my question?  the only thing I got out of it was the The PCIEX16 is a graphic card slot confirmed...Can someone kindly answer my question in whole..THANKS

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