Geforce2 MX200 Graphics Card

  Dyffryn 09:10 14 Sep 04
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I am replacing my motherboard with an Asrock K7S8X M/B usind some of the existing components from my old board. The new board as a sticker across the AGP slot stating that a 3.3v AGP card should not be used on this board. My question is can I use my Geforce2 MX200 card? I don't know how to discover what voltage this card is - your help, once again, would be appreciated as I wouldn't like to fry another board!

  Gongoozler 11:13 14 Sep 04

Hi Dyffryn. Old AGP cards have a different polarisation from the later ones and so shouldn't be able to fit the slot on your new motherboard. Have a look here for an explanation

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  Dyffryn 20:43 14 Sep 04

Thanks Gongoozla, found the necessary info on the sites you suggested, fitted the card ok and everything appears to be working after downloading the drivers from nvidia. Kind regards Dave

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