Posted 12 January 2010 - 10:04 PM
4 pin molex? exactly what is the model of your video card because the only Gigabyte ATI Radeon HD 4650 AGP 1GB I can find requires a 6 pin power connector, not a 4 pin molex. Also, only certain AGP 8x cards are backwards compatible due to the signaling voltage. The cards that are backwards compatible are made to recognize signal voltage of both 4x and 8x slots, if the card does not have this, then the only way to correct it would be overclocking the 4x slot, that however, will most likely result in damaging both the slot but the video card and is not recomended, nor likely to work. To give you a good answer as to whether or not your card is backwards compatible or not I need the exact model number of the card.
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