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Old 03-28-2016, 04:46 PM
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Default 10 HD TDM in Expansion chassis?

Hi I'm currently using my aged HD PCI system on a Win 7 64 pro system and it lovely!
I'm paranoid in case my motherboard dies so I'm considering getting a Pci to Pcie expansion chassis to future proof it. Does anyone know of any issues with expansion chassis in the latest motherboard and i7 combinations? I know there are issues with Mac Pros but I haven't seen anything relating to Win 7 systems.
Anyone using one like this successfully?
Any info gratefully received..
Win 7 Pro 64
PT 10 HD, HD4 Accel
Jetway JNAF92-Q67
Intel 2700k 3.8ghz
16GB Crucial Ram
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