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What's the correct AGP slot voltage for the ASUS A9550 video card

On my mobo's AGP slot there's a sticker that warns NOT to insert any 3.3V cards in that slot. I don't know what are the electrical specs for my A9550 card. Can you help me?

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Searched further on Google and other forums, found a solution (for free):

ASUS A9550 128MB Video card is definitely a 1.5V card, and therefore IS compatible with my slot.

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