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Upgrading my grapics card

I have a tyan s2099 trinity i845E mother board. which has an AGP pro slot I dont have any spare 4pin power supply at the moment I have a geforce4 ti4600 what graphics card can I upgrade to?

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You should be able to upgrade to any card which works with your slot (barring any incompatibility probs).... if you don't have a spare 4 pin cable you can by a y-cable which will split see,GGLG:2005-38,GGLG:en&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=X&oi=froogle&ct=title you can pick these up at any good PC hardware shop

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