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Graphics Card hi, i have an acer aspire SA90, i am wondering if im able to upgrade my graphics card. I really dnt knw if its PCI or AGP? So, if you could tell me which one would fit in my PC. thnks

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A PCI slot is usually blue or black and the AGP slot is usually brown.You can also see if it is PCI, PCI-e or AGP by looking on the motherboard of your PC and look just next to your current graphics card and on the left hand side of the slot it should say Either PCI, PCI-e or AGP.

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It looks like, from Acer's website, that the sa90 has a PCIe-x16 graphics card.

To be sure, let's get this program:
http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/

Scroll to the bottom for the download link. On the first tab, you'll see Bus interface. That's the type of card you have and the type you should buy to replace yours.

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