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Where can I find a manual for a trigem alaska3 motherboard? I need to know if it's AGP or PCIe for a graphics card upgrade.

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  • robberboy Jun 18, 2009

    Thanks. So is that AGP or AGP pro or what?

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If u have a separate graphic card it will be on the AGP slot(brown or black in color) and if it is on the PCI slot(white colored), thus set it accordingly, not that it matters too much if you are using single display......sodeep

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