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Old 07-21-2012, 01:02 PM
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Default Digi branded 13 slot Magma p13R PCI Chassis with PCI host card

Chassis, Cable and PCI host card (Does NOT have the pericom chipset, For HD or MIX TDM systems with PPC G4 or G5 host computer only, will not work with intel mac):


I also have a PCIe host card in a separate listing:


This PCIe host card will supposedly work with the above chassis but only with a PCIe G5(The very last "quad core" G5's had PCIe slots). It will work with Mac Pro Systems if you have a different chassis that has the pericom chipset.
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