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If anyone out there uses Everest to assess their computer, can you tell me if it states anywhere in it whether the graphics card you use is an AGP or PCI? Either way as long as a new graphics card you get has the same interface (I think that's what it's called) as the slot in your computer it should work right? Thanks for any info.
 

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You can look at your motherboard and see if it has an AGP slot - it's normally brown in colour situated above the PCI slots. A better way would be to find out what motherboard you have and search the web as to it's capabilities, or look in your chipset manual.
 
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