3.3V vs 5V PCI

Posted on 2006-05-16
Last Modified: 2010-04-25
I want to set myself up with an Asterisk phone system, so, I found this well-priced computer. The thing I don't know is about Asterisk's PCI voltage requirements, see: . Is one an "old" voltage, and the other one for new motherboards? Which one do I take?

The computer I had in mind is:

Question by:mpaert
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    Yes: 5v is an old standard and is now obsolete. The latest PCI standard is 2.3 and use 3.3v. The PC you've linked to will have 3.3v.

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