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ECS H67H2-I Motherboard
Author: Gabriel Torres 24,290 views
Type: First Look Last Updated: February 2, 2011
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Slots

The ECS H67H2-I comes with two slots, a PCI Express x16 and a mini PCI Express. The advantage of coming with a PCI Express x16 slot is obvious: you can disable the integrated video and install a “real” video card, allowing you to build a powerful PC in a tiny form factor.

The mini PCI Express slot was originally designed for laptops and allows you to install tiny SSDs based on this format (also known as mSATA) and other devices as well, such as wireless network cards.

ECS H67H2-I motherboard
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Figure 2: PCI Express x16 slot

ECS H67H2-I motherboard
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Figure 3: Mini PCI Express slot

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