What the hell is an AMR slot? What is it most used for.
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  1. It stands for Audio/Modem Riser. Basically, there are small cards you can put in that slot that act as a modem and sound card. They are really hard to find, though. I don't know anyone personally who actually has an AMR card, although I know plenty of people who have AMR slots.

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  2. By the way, you'd get a better response if you posted something like this in the Motherboard forum or something.

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  3. AMR slots use a Codec instead of real hardware, which allows you to add sound, modem, and network interfaces that are as low quality as the cheapest of onboard devices.

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  4. they're also getting replaced by cnr slots. These look like pci slots put on backwards. they act as only interfaces and make the cpu do all the actual work. I don't see th point of putting these things on performance mobos. Ehey should instead put in an extra pci slot.

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  5. or 1 old ISA slot (stil have some ISA stuff)
  6. AMR = Audio Modem Riser
    CNR = Communications/Network Riser

    IMO, and from what I've read:
    1) cheap and cheerful ways of adding audio/modem/network
    capabilities via software on the mobo.
    2) useless as hell, since you can't find AMR/CNR devices
    commercially; they're more for OEM guys upstream.
  7. hmmm, thnx guys.
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