collie_man 18:10 27 Mar 2007

I am trying to determine which slot I have in my PC.

I've read through forums and various google results but can't find the answer.

Here are a couple of photos from inside my machine.

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  Totally-braindead 18:13 27 Mar 2007

It looks like AGP to me but its an odd colour.
Download eithe Belarc or SIW and get the make and model of the motherboard to confirm, post back if you get stuck click here click here

  collie_man 18:23 27 Mar 2007

Just ran a check using EVEREST and it came back with

Motherboard Name
Abit VA-20 / ECS KM400-M Deluxe / KM400-M2 / KM400A-M2 / V7-2

Motherboard ID

How would I now find out ?

  Arthur Scrimshaw 18:28 27 Mar 2007
  PP321 18:28 27 Mar 2007

Thats an AGP . (8x)

google is yoir freind.

  Totally-braindead 18:42 27 Mar 2007

I'm puzzled by this. Could you try either Belarc or SIW and see what they say.
You say Everest says its a ABIT VA-20 but it also says its an ECS KM400-M Deluxe click here thats 2 different motherboards by 2 different manufacturers.

  collie_man 18:45 27 Mar 2007

Where is it listed in the Belarc report ?

I can't find motherboard or any of those.

  Totally-braindead 18:52 27 Mar 2007

Right hand side says Main Circuit Board

  collie_man 18:56 27 Mar 2007

Main Circuit Board
Board: E22M
Bus Clock: 166 megahertz
BIOS: Phoenix Technologies, LTD R01-A1 12/02/2003

I appreciate the help

  Totally-braindead 19:04 27 Mar 2007

Its not a branded computer is it? An Acer T120 perhaps?
Because the E22M is another motherboard again made by ECS.

Having said that its not I suppose all that important as all 3 boards have AGP ports.

So it does appear you need an AGP card.

  collie_man 19:07 27 Mar 2007

Acer T120 ! Got it in one !

So AGP it is,
and this would do me fine would it ? For 1440 x 900

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