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Old 12-13-2005, 12:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hello, im new so ill make this quick, i recently got a ASROCK SATA2 939pin motehrboard, it says "DONT USE 3.3 VOLTAGE AGP GRAPHIC CARDS" now i have a radeon x700 pro, i cant tell what voltage it is.... do one of you guys know, or know where i can get the info...

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3.3V AGP cards are the 2x AGP cards... you have a 4x/8x card, so you will be just fine. Don't worry my friend...


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