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    Pci Riser on SP13000

    Hi all,
    as you can see in the attached image, Epia SP13000 have a dissipator near the pci slot. I fear the official Via Pci Riser is not tall enough to install a pci card horizzontally, this could touch the chipsets dissipator. I need to install two cards (Cinergy 600 and Audigy 2 zs) facing the motherboard (Right side PCI Riser I think). But in this way the card on bottom could not have enough space considering the dissipator mounted on the motherboard.
    So, few questions:
    1- There will be any conflict for the two cards running together? Better, can they operate on the same slot (Pheraps i need an active Pci Riser)?
    2- 3.3 or 5 V?
    3- Can someone suggest the right product (I've not been able to find the right product matching my needs)?

    Thanks all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cancer
    Hi all,
    as you can see in the attached image, Epia SP13000 have a dissipator near the pci slot. I fear the official Via Pci Riser is not tall enough to install a pci card horizzontally, this could touch the chipsets dissipator. I need to install two cards (Cinergy 600 and Audigy 2 zs) facing the motherboard (Right side PCI Riser I think). But in this way the card on bottom could not have enough space considering the dissipator mounted on the motherboard.
    So, few questions:
    1- There will be any conflict for the two cards running together? Better, can they operate on the same slot (Pheraps i need an active Pci Riser)?
    2- 3.3 or 5 V?
    3- Can someone suggest the right product (I've not been able to find the right product matching my needs)?

    Thanks all.
    I don't believe there is a 2-into-1 PCI riser.
    I could very well be incorrect, but I've never seen such an animal.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    It exists, will it work ? I dunno Never used them..

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    they do exist, i have one on my MII12000, and it works great, no problems yet with it.

    dont know what to say about the SP13000.

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    Well damn.
    I've never been in the situation where I've needed a PCI riser, let alone a 2-into-1 riser.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    Some miniitx boards allow 3-to-1 PCI riser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarquePervert
    Well damn.
    I've never been in the situation where I've needed a PCI riser, let alone a 2-into-1 riser.
    damn noobs!

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    I have the MII 12000 and the Dual PCI Riser points the pci slots away from the mobo, not over it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickster
    I have the MII 12000 and the Dual PCI Riser points the pci slots away from the mobo, not over it.
    yeah that one in the pic above does too by the looks of the keying to the PCI slot.

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