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Thw difference between agp and pci slot

I have pentiam 4 2.40ghz mgrg intel (r) Grg board my question is that i use agp card can i replace the agp into pci card express or similletr if so please tell me which card can fix in main board.


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Sir, you cant replace it with PCI E from AGP, unless your motherboard can handle either PCIE or AGP. cause there is a motherboard which is compatible with the two interface video cards slots but in your case i dont think so. Better to check your motherboards manual for this.

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