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Agp 8X and 4 X can't find.

By omestermon
Jan 6, 2004
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  1. Aida32 says i have a 4x speed but the site
    http://h20015.www2.hp.com/hub_search/document.jhtml?lc=en&docName=c00026686

    Of my pc specs
    says my speed is 8x. My card is only geforce 4 mx 64mb and i was going to change but needed to be sure i already took out the case but i cant find the number can find the slot. Aida32 doesnt know that my motherboard is asus the site says so too but i already checked and its asus but ill check again.
  2. RealBlackStuff

    RealBlackStuff TS Rookie Posts: 8,165

    Your PC has AGP 4x on-board graphics. You can put in any AGP 8x (or less) graphics card in the (brown) AGP-slot. Look in your manual if and how the on-board graphics can be disabled either on the MoBo or in the BIOS.
  3. omestermon

    omestermon TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 16

    Looked in the case and found 8x1 great but pci-express.no.

    But im gonna get this is it good?
    PRODUCT TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

    Fan-cooled ATX Size power supply designed for personal computer or industrial applications.
    Fan better cooling and quieter operation that assure long product life.
    Pentium 4 / AMD Compatible
    It delivers the highest reliability and performance.
    1 x 12" Mainboard Cable
    4 X 12"/18" cables 4pin connector for hard drive/CDROM/DVD
    2 x 24" 4pin connector for floppy/zip drive
    6FT power cable
    1 Year Limited Warranty
    Orange - +3.3V 28A
    Red - +5V 35A
    White - -5V 0.5A
    Yellow - +12V 15A
    Blue - -12V 0.8A
    Purple - +5V Standby 2.0A
    Black - COM - Return
    Green - PS-On - Remote
    Grey - PW-OK - P.G.
    400W Total Power On +3.3V & +5V is 180W Max
    Dimension
    3.5" X 5.9" X 5.5" - H/W/L
  4. RealBlackStuff

    RealBlackStuff TS Rookie Posts: 8,165

    Please stick to one subject (here of graphics cards).
    Now you are talking about a powersupply. Without the brand-name and type it is difficult to judge, even if the output (400W) looks adequate. What do you need it for?
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