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does the p6112p chipset support an add-in board for usb 3.0?

Does the p6112p chipset support an add-in board for usb 3.0?

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Re: does the p6112p chipset support an add-in board for usb 3.0?

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Hi,

 

I don't see a problem with adding a USB 3.0 card. 

 

Open up your PC and see if you have a PCI-E x1 slot open.  Review the motherboard specifications. Do you also see an extra molex 4 pin power connector?

 

This  PCI-E x1 USB 3.0 card should work if you have the available PCI-E x1 slot and a molex 4 pin power connecter.

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