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AGP Card but no slot on board

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Setan, Oct 5, 2001.

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  1. Setan

    Setan Thread Starter

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    Well, im an ***. I went ahead and bought a GeForce2 MX 64MB 4X AGP card and forgot that I didn't have an AGP slot on my motherboard. I was wondering if there is anyway to use some sort of adapter so I can still use the board, instead of going through the process of having to sell it.
     
  2. Lurker1

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    Hi Setan

    I doubt that there is any way of using an AGP card on your motherboard. No one would bother to make an adaptor when they can just make a PCI version of the card.
     
  3. TheGorx

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    you might just think about a new motherboard
    your bound to get one sooner or later.
    depending on what type of CPU you have.
    you might be able to find a cheap board, upgrade, or if your
    motherboard is somewhat new you might be able to sell it.

    TheGorx
    http://www.geocities.com/thegorx/
     
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