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Just upgraded my computer and i have a little question :p

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Hehe finnaly, just bought a P4 3.0E prescott and a new motherboard to support it (ASRock P4V88). However i have a small question. i was just about to install everything and i noticed the AGP slot has a small warning saying "Dont put a 3.3V AGP card here or it might damage it". How do i know if my card is 3.3V or not? I have a Riva TNT2 M64 and a 9800xt (damaged but im getting it back soon). Is it ok to use them?
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AGP 4x runs at 1.5 volts and 8x runs at 0.8. I believe 2x is 3.3v and 1x is 5v. It should only be an issue with old cards, such as the TNT2. It's pretty much standard with any recent motherboard anyways.
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