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Powercolor x1650 512mb AGP problem

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I just bought a new graphic card which is powercolor x1650Pro 512mb AGP and followed the manual but after I installed the graphic card into my motherboard it just wont startup when I turn the pc on and my monitor is still turned off. I tried my old graphic card again and it worked fine. By the way my mobo supports AGP 8x interface so i really don't know what is the problem.

Anyone can help me please.

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Have you wired it up to the power supply ?

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The one you bought is 16x but your MB supports only 8x..................sodeep

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