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Gigabyte G41M-ES2L Motherboard
Author: Rafael Coelho 92,728 views
Type: First Look Last Updated: November 18, 2009
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Slots
G41M-ES2L has two standard PCI slots, one PCI Express x1 slot and one PCI Express x16 slots, which allows you to install a "real" video card. So, you can use this board to build or to upgrade in the future your computer into a simple gaming PC.

Near the expansion slots you can see a connector for the obsolete floppy disk drive cable, as well as internal USB connectors and internal audio connector, used for case front panel jacks.

G41M-ES2L
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Figure 3: Expansions slots.

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