PCIe extension

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2016/12/01 20:39:41 (permalink)

PCIe extension

Hi all,
 
I was thinking of getting a UAD PCIe thingamajig.
But, I'm not sure about future useability in that I might not have PCIe slots in my next box.
 
I was wondering if there are available PCIe to USB/thunderbolt extension doohickeys that I could use??
 
Thanks 

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    Re: PCIe extension 2016/12/01 21:43:09 (permalink)
    Don't know if it would work with UAD cards and don't have one myself, but there's this:

    https://www.scan.co.uk/pr...gJO-1NACFQmdGwodK0YBnA

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    Re: PCIe extension 2016/12/01 22:31:52 (permalink)
    Thanks tlw . Yea, something along those lines. Good to know.

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