Ethan Hunt Posted November 5, 2008 Share Posted November 5, 2008 Disclamer: Before I mention anything, let me state that I did research google on the subject and found several good articles, but I have a more specific question that general articles didn't really answered... Just stating so that I don't get the "google is your friend" reply/flame. ------------------- So, here's the deal: I wanted to upgrade an old computer I have which has the Asus A8V Deluxe motherboard. In the motherboard manual it states that its AGP slot only supports 1.5v mode. The AGP card I got is the AH3650 SILENT/HTDI/512M. Unfortunately, niether in the manual, nor on ASUS's site can I find the exact specification of the card considering the voltage it works under. Being an 8x card though, I supposed that it works under the .8v mode and it's keyed for 8x as well. Now, taking into consideration that the MB specs are allowing only 1.5v does this mean that the mode it supports will be 4x and that the card will automatically work under the 4x specs even though I have 8x selected in the BIOS? Thanks in advance! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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