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Home » Motherboard
Gigabyte C847N Motherboard
Author: Rafael Coelho 14,103 views
Type: First Look Last Updated: May 23, 2013
Page: 2 of 7
Slots

Mini-ITX motherboards have only one expansion slot. Gigabyte builds the C847N with a standard PCI slot instead of using a PCI Express one, which is a clue that the motherboard is not aimed at multimedia or HTPC applications, but at low-cost sales terminals, kiosks, and other business applications PCs.

It’s a shame that Gigabyte did not put a Mini PCI Express slot, which could be used to install a Wi-Fi adapter.

Gigabyte GA-C847N
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