3.3v AGP

  Paulivo 16:55 05 Aug 2009

I have just bought an Asus AH3650 silent graphics card and installed it on my Asrock K7s8xe+ motherboard. I now believe that they are not compatible as my motherboard doesnt accept a 3.3v agp and i suspect the asus is 3.3v (though I cant find out in documentation) Can i get around this or will i need a replacement motherboard etc If so can anyone suggest a replacement

  woodchip 17:04 05 Aug 2009

The AGP slot on your board will not support the card, the slot on your board is a 1.5 volts slot.
So you have to change one or the other. If you change the Board do you have a Full System disc as the computer is not going to boot without doing a repair after fitting a new board. Recovery CD will not work

  GaT7 17:05 05 Aug 2009

First off, is your 3650 card AGP or PCI-E?

Socket A / 462 motherboards are virtually non-existent these days, so your best bet would be to get a secondhand one off eBay for example. What CPU do you use? G

  woodchip 17:06 05 Aug 2009
  Stuartli 17:17 05 Aug 2009

See the last posting in this link:

click here

Your mobo is 8x/4x and 1.5v. See:

click here

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