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USB 2.0 PCI on a USB 1 mobo?

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Hey experts, just a quick question about USB 2.0

I have recently ordered myself an iRiver mp3 player, and it is a USB 2.0 device.  With 40gb of music to transfer i really dont want to have to use the old USB1 that is my onboard USB.
If i was to get a USB 2.0 PCI card, would this give me USB 2.0 speeds, or would the motherboard limit this and only allow transfer at USB 1 rates?  The computer is about 1.5 years old so im not wanting to get a new motherboard just yet...

Any thoughts or more info needed, just ask

Thanks Experts!

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Hi cofneverlivetotell,

Yes, adding the USB2.0 PCI card will give you full USB 2.0 support and speeds.

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Lol, i knew EE was fast, but i think 3 minutes is a new best for me!

Thanks gdewrell for that fast response, ill run out and get one now!

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Your welcome, have a nice day.

God Bless

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