Question about ATI RADEON 9800 PRO (256 MB) Graphic Card
I have 2 computers with ATI Radeon AGP video cards, both work just
fine. One card is a Radeon 9800 Pro on an ECS Intel motherboard with a 400W PSU and the
other is a Radeon 9700 Pro on an Asus AMD motherboard with a 380W PSU both computers
use the latest video drivers from ATI.
Now, I want to use the 9800 Pro in the computer that currently has the 9700 Pro, but when I exchange the 9800 card for the 9700 card there is NO video signal prior to post. I've checked the bios for the correct AGP VGA setting, that didn't help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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All AGP based cards are backwards compatible, so an 8x card should operate at 4x 2x and 1x
however what is important is the voltage of your slot, you can tell by looking at the slot itself, the AGP slot may have a partition either 1/3 or 2/3rds down the slot, or may have no partition at all,
this slot partition is to prevent you from inserting a card of the wrong voltage.
If there is no partition in the AGP slot then the slot has a switchable voltage, and will automatically switch to the appropriate voltage, (on request from the graphics card AUTOMATIC)
so all you need to check is that the graphics card you buy has slots on the AGP interface that accomodate those on your board
according to the manual
This board has a 4x AGP slot
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