Is it possible to stick in a pci-x network card into a pci-e slot?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCI-X and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pci-e should answer your question.
Thanks a lot buddy for helping out! Not! I'm in a tight spot with time and needed a simple yes or no!
Don't worry, with that atttitude, you wont get any help from me.
You'll get your answer from simply looking at the size of the pci-x card and then looking at the size of the pci-e slot.
You do the maths.
You obviously know what your talking about, couldn't you just answer him?
Anyway, the answer is No. PCI-X is a faster version of PCI used mostly in servers. PCIe is the new standard replacing PCI and PCI-X.
I personally have never seen a pci-x card so thats why I supplied that information.
It's not that difficult to do a little reading then come to a conclusion, i just didnt have the time to do all that myself so I gave the info I found to the op.
Here is a picture of a rocketraid 2220 card(its PCI-X): http://www.highpoint-tech.com/image/products/SATA/rr2220_big.gif
The answer is no, and Rik how about you actually help out man?