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Upgrading Graphics After a bit of Googling and looking at various product pages I decided it might be best to ask for some advice. I'm considering adding a graphics card to my P4VM8 board but am slightly put-off by the sticker on the AGP slot which states that I'm not to use a 3.3v card in there. How do I know if the card I'm going to be buying isn't 3.3v (most online vendors I've looked at don't give this info)? Some recommended cards that work on this 'board would also be great. Basically I just want to be able to play games like Neverwinter Nights 2 *grin*. Hope someone can help.

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    Seb Nov 14, 2008

    Something about sound drivers? Irrelevent, really and furthermore I don't speak spanish.

    Thanks anyway...

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