Advice on motherboard and graphics card voltage - please

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Dear Prudence

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:rolleyes: Hi

This is the first time I have installed a motherboard, and also the first time I have installed a CPU.

The first problem I have encountered is concerning the AGP 8x graphics card.

The motherboard 'caution section' states;

Do NOT use a 3.3V AGP card on the AGP slot of this motherboard!
It may cause permanent damage!

MY QUESTION

How can I tell / find out what the voltage is, of my grapics card?

I have looked at the cards printed circuit - and the manuals on the CD but no joy.

GRAPHICS CARD
The graphics card is a: Leadtek Winfast A360 128MB and 256MB
Printed on the card: LR2982 - PCB Rev: B
AGP 8X

MOTHERBOARD
ASRock - 4Core Dual - SATA2

Any help or advice welcome.

Thank you in advance- Stephen
 
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Supported cards for that board can be found HERE ??question?? you have a PCIE slot why not get a PCIE Graphics card instead.
 

Dear Prudence

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Money - it was was quiet expensive a couple of years ao.

I've spent soooooo much over the past 5 weeks trying toget this system back on the road.

Thanks.
 
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