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I am a retired Ford tech. Next to Fords, any computer is a piece of cake. (The cake, its not a lie)
3770K @4.5, Corsair H100, GTX780, 16gig Samsung, Obsidian 700 (yes there is a 700)
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Posted 15 May 2013 - 05:21 AM
I'm the same problem too !!!
with my Dell optiplex GX260 and his AGP
I'm tried with 5 video cards ! and no video
Now i'm going to upgrade the BIOS
Posted 15 May 2013 - 11:45 AM
AGP slot actually came in 4 versions over the course of it's life. Each of them uses different voltages to operate so not all AGP cards are compatible with every single AGP slot.
Out of the different versions, 3.3 volt (ver 1) and 1.5 v (ver 2) are the common ones. You should use a AGP card which is suitable to your slot. For more info about AGP, read http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accelerated_Graphics_Port
Read the section "Compatibility" carefully.
Some cards incorrectly have dual notches, and some motherboards incorrectly have fully open slots, allowing a card to be plugged into a slot that does not support the correct signaling voltage, which may damage card or motherboard. Some incorrectly designed older 3.3 V cards have the 1.5 V key.
Edited by Anshad Edavana, 15 May 2013 - 11:47 AM.
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