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Wants to upgrade my pc with an agp card

I don't know what type of agp card best fit to my's a P4VMM2.I have a 256 RAM

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Re: wants to upgrade my pc with an agp card

ATI Radeon 9800XT(rv360 is best suited for your motherboard...its got a 128MB VRAM and 4x AGP..500MHz clock is morethan enough..There are better cards but i do not advice 256MB card as it will be too heavy on your system's resources ..however if you want a 256MB version Radeon 9800XT(r360)should be good..

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Re: wants to upgrade my pc with an agp card

I would strongly suggest that you do not put any more $ into that motherboard.  You would be far better off saving a few more dollars and upgrading your system.  You can find some very good deals on systems at sites like  Good luck.

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Re: wants to upgrade my pc with an agp card

The make is your choice, the type will be AGP (4x) slot and anything 256MB or above depending on your gaming requirements will do, the main makers are ATI or NVIDIA

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AOpen S651M motherboard:

1) Processor Support:

Uses Intel processors that fit in a Socket 478 processor socket,

The Processor has the contact pins (478 of them), and the processor socket has the socket holes. (478)

The Maximum FSB supported for the processor is 533MHz.
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The ones that have a Front Side Bus of 533MT/s, and fit in a Socket 478.

The few shown in the next chart, Prescott (90nm), may not work. The voltage requirement.

2) Ram Memory Support:

DDR Sdram that operates at 333MegaHertz, or commonly known as PC2700.

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Graphics Card Support:

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Above the 3 white PCI slots is the brown AGP slot.
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I have an Intel SE440BX-2 motherboard, celeron 300 A and 192 MB of RAM. My question is which graphic cards are best for my configuration. Since my computer is pretty old its hard to find information...

well you should check for AGP video cards version 1.5 V this is whats is your slot as i saw photos of the model of motherboard you have.

this the different type of AGP slots

as ive mentined the 1.5V seems to fit from the picture i saw below of your motherboard ...the AGP is the brown slot as u might know.

so you will have to find a card that have the characteristic ive mentioned so if u buy a card make sure u ask if that AGP card is Compatible with your 1.5V because if its another AGP socket
it will simply not fit in.

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Video black with 7600gs card installed

Hi bandit11,

First how did you get a PCI-Express X16 like the 7600 onto a AGP 4X port?? Two different animals. To answer your qustion, no that Card will not work on that Board. You can spend your money if you want to on some of the higher speed video cards but, to be turthful, I wouldn't. The CPU and memory will limit any of the newer cards that will fit that board today. But, if you really want to keep that board, then I might suggest to look for a $40-50 Radeon 9700 pro or 9800 pro. Anything more than that is a waste of your money.

Bottom line a lower end AGP cardwon't give you any more card performance then high end AGP card if you must upgrade, go used and cheap...nothing fancy.

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Upgrade to graphics

your in luck you have 2 options 1.use a agp graphics card 2. use a pci graphics card depending on how much money you want to spend,personally i would use the agp but it's up to you.You have 1 agp slot and 3 pci slots,an agp slot is brown and smaller than the white pci slot.You can use a top of the line agp i would get a nvidia agp gforce 3 or better their 80 dollars and upward

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