Video cards 1.5 volt. How ro tell??

  phil55 15:02 26 Jul 03

Have just ordered a new motherboard. ASUS A7N8X-X
I had planned to use a Saphire Radeon 9000pro graphics card.
On checking the board specs,only a 1.5volt graphics card is allowed.Does anyone know how you tell the difference.Neither Saphire or ATI seem to include this info on their sites.
Many thanks,

  DieSse 16:18 26 Jul 03

All modern cards are 1.5V - only older AGP1 and a few AGP2 cards are 3.3V.

The Radeon 9000 will be fine.

  ellas 16:31 26 Jul 03

you can tell by the notches on the bottom of the card where it slots into the agp slot,1.5v have 3 notches the middle one meaning its keyed for 1.5v

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