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Method and apparatus for coupling a plurality of cards to an information handling system










Image Number 7 for United States Patent #7272017.

A card coupling apparatus includes a circuit board, a plurality of card connectors mounted on the circuit board, a system connector mounted to the circuit board, and a switch chip mounted to the circuit board and electrically coupled to the plurality of card connectors and the system connector. The card coupling apparatus may be coupled to an information handling system and a plurality of video cards may be coupled to the information handling system by coupling the plurality of video cards to the card coupling apparatus.








 
 
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