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Contonio
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Are the slots on the back of the PC removable?

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Those slot things look in line with my graphics card that I’m thinking about to install. How do I remove them?
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@Contonio, welcome to the forum.

 

Yes, the blanks can be removed so you can install your video card.  I am not certain how the ones in your case are removed, but normally there is a screw on the inside of the case that can be removed.  Then, the blank can be removed.

 

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@Contonio, welcome to the forum.

 

Yes, the blanks can be removed so you can install your video card.  I am not certain how the ones in your case are removed, but normally there is a screw on the inside of the case that can be removed.  Then, the blank can be removed.

 

Please click the Thumbs up + button if I have helped you and click Accept as Solution if your problem is solved.



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Thanks for the reply. Really aprecciate it 😉
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