H67, P67, Z68 and legacy PCI cards support

Do H67, P67 or Z68 chipsets support legacy PCI slots. Can PCI cards cards be used with them?
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  1. The short answer is yes if the mono has slots available. I am using a legacy Creative Platinum 2 in a H67, soon to be upgraded to a Z68.
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    Long answer:
    Those chipsets do not natively support PCI. However, most manufacturers have added PCIe-to-PCI bridge chips to their boards so that they can use PCI cards.

    Short answer:
    PCI cards can be used, yes.
  3. Thanks for the info.
  4. Best answer selected by genfin.
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