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PCI Riser 32Bit to Dual PCI Slot with Flex Cable

This is a PCI Riser 32Bit to Dual PCI Slot with Flex Cable.
Part Number: PCI-32BIT-DUAL

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$18.75

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Product Description

Details

This is a PCI Riser 32Bit to Dual PCI Slot with Flex Cable

Description

  • 4 layer PCB board design.
  • 2 -Slot PCI 32 bits/5V 66MHz riser card with flexible cable.
  • Speeds of 66MB/s

Cable Length is 6 Inches

Item# PCI-32BIT-DUAL

Additional Information

Additional Information

Part # PCI-32BIT-DUAL
UPC # 643131531250
Cable Length No
Brand Micro SATA Cables
Price $18.75

Reviews

Works well with Disk RAID Card but not with Parallel Printer Port Review by Dan
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I have plugged thee (3) of these cards into my ASUS P5P800-VM motherboard which has only 3 PCI Slots. Now I have a Pentium-D based machine, with Virtualization capabilities for Windows 7, and now I also have six ( 6 ) PCI Slots and an AGP Video Card slot. I made two (2) "U" shaped brackets of 0.050 by 0.500" cold rolled steel to mount three of these cards above the 3 PCI slots on my motherboard. THEN, I set my BIOS to say Plug & Play OS = NO. That causes the BIOS to assign IRQ's to each of the six PCI Slots on the three riser cards. (PCI Architecture Specification does allow up to six (6) PCI slots. The BIOS on my P5P800-VM motherboard recognizes all six PCI slots ( as the Industry PCI Specification requires ) and now I have even plugged a "Promise Fast Trak 100 TX2" Raid card into the first (physically the last) PCI Slot on the riser card on the third motherboard PCI Slot and the RAID card is recognized by the BIOS and goes on to do its own job of managing the hard disk RAID arrays.
I had to modify the entire rear back plate of my old desktop-style computer case to accommodate the six PCI slots which are now 1.75" higher than the motherboard while the AGP slot on the motherboard remains in its stock location. Also, I will run the ASUS P5P800-VM BIOS Version that keeps the 2nd floppy drive
----> BUT, a SIIG CyberParallelPro card to drive a parallel printer causes an "I/O Buffer Overrun Error" when trying to print to an HP LaserJet-4 printer when the SIIG CyberParallelPro card is plugged into a "micro SATA Cables PCI-32BIT-DUAL" card that is plugged into a native PCI Slot on the motherboard. It seems odd to me that a high-capacity-bandwidth RAID Card works just fine through a Micro SATA Cables PCI-32BIT-DUAL card in a motherboard PCI Slot, but a Parallel Printer gets "I/O Buffer Overrun" errors. (Posted on 3/28/2014)
This is an Excellent Implementation of a Great IdeaReview by Dan
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I have plugged thee (3) of these cards into my ASUS P5P800-VM motherboard which has only 3 PCI Slots. Now I have a Pentium-D based machine, with Virtualization capabilities for Windows 7, and now I also have six ( 6 ) PCI Slots and an AGP Video Card slot. I made two (2) "U" shaped brackets of 0.050 by 0.500" cold rolled steel to mount three of these cards above the 3 PCI slots on my motherboard. THEN, I set my BIOS to say Plug & Play OS = NO. That causes the BIOS to assign IRQ's to each of the six PCI Slots on the three riser cards. (PCI Architecture Specification does allow up to six (6) PCI slots. The BIOS on my P5P800-VM motherboard recognizes all six PCI slots ( as the Industry PCI Specification requires ) and now I have even plugged a "Promise Fast Trak 100 TX2" Raid card into the first (physically the last) PCI Slot on the riser card on the third motherboard PCI Slot and the RAID card is recognized by the BIOS and goes on to do its own job of managing the hard disk RAID arrays.
I had to modify the entire rear back plate of my old desktop-style computer case to accommodate the six PCI slots which are now 1.75" higher than the motherboard while the AGP slot on the motherboard remains in its stock location. Also, I will run the ASUS P5P800-VM BIOS Version that keeps the 2nd floppy drive (Posted on 3/27/2014)

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