PCI-E?

I know I could just open the case and see for myself... (don't ask I won't)

But in the BIOS without downloading anything, can I tell if I have PCI-E? (other computer) I have a Dell vostro 200 tower
2008
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  1. If it's less than 5 years old it is PCI-E
  2. jyjjy said:
    If it's less than 5 years old it is PCI-E



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  3. Sorry about that.. what about the processor slot???? (biting lip)
  4. A Dell Vostro 200 should be LGA 775 which mean it takes Intel core 2 duos or quads
  5. jyjjy said:
    A Dell Vostro 200 should be LGA 775 which mean it takes Intel core 2 duos or quads


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  6. easiest way to check, download cpu-z

    www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php

    when you run it, under cpu tab, processor section, package will tell you your socket type. under mainboard, graphic interface, version will tell you if you have pci-e x16.

    also gives you loads of other valuble info.
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