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Graphic card help


FPCH New Member
Apr 28, 2007
My computer has a ASRock775i56G motherboard, recently I have been trying to buy a graphic card for the AGP slot, the problem is the voltage that the card Must carry, the installation guide for the mother board stated that I should use a 1.5v AGP Card, "Do not use a 3.3v AGP card on this motherboard it may cause permanent damage" all the cards I see online doesnt show if they are 1.5v or 3.3v
nothing on the box in store that tells what is. Is there anyone who can tell me what to do I dont want to make that big mistake and damage the motherboard.
my computer is: a P4 3.6
2GB DDR Memory
XP Pro.