Changing PCI on Computers Motherboard

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Is there some way to change out one of my PCIs on my motherboard? Some way to get rid of one of these 32s and get a 64 instead? Or do I have to get an entirely different computer or motherboard?

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Changing PCI on Computers Motherboard

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You can not just remove one of the PCIs and replace it. Your motherboard is configured to run on 32s and literally even if you remove one of the PCIs, how will you attach the 64 if its pins will not match the pin slots on the motherboard and the fact that you need a lot of talent to be able to solder those thinly-spaced pins.

If you want to use PCIs that is 64, you need to buy a new motherboard that has a PCI and PCI-Express expansion slots so you have the freedom of using any one of them.

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