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Uploaded on Feb 5, 2009

This is a video showing you why you should not put an AGP graphics card in an AGP x8 slot.
You should always be careful when you buy an AGP graphics card, not only have you got to know
If your computer has an AGP anyway because newer computer come with PCI express but you
Got to make sure you buy the right graphics card thats compatible with the AGP on your
Motherboard.

The AGP graphics card range is:

AGP (also known as "standard AGP")

AGP x4

AGP x8

An AGP (or standard AGP) graphics card goes in a AGP (or standard AGP slot only)

An AGP x4 graphics card can go in an AGP x4 or AGP x8 slot.

An AGP x8 goes in an AGP x8 slot only.

DISCLAIMER: IF YOU WISH TO COPY WHAT YOU HAVE SEEN IN THIS VIDEO YOU ARE DOING SO UNDER YOUR OWN RESPONSIBILITY AND AT YOUR OWN RISK I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGE TO YOUR COMPUTER OR YOU!

Normally the computer has a sticker on the front displaying the basic specs or the booklet that
Comes with it should state the type of graphics port on the motherboard, if not and your are in
Any doubt I recommend you take your computer so a qualified technician or if the shop has
A technical service, have the shop do it.

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