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Video card upgrade

I want to upgrade my video card from ATI 64 mb to 128 mb or 256 mb? What are the compatible video card to my board?

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I want to upgrade my video card from NVIDA GFORCE MMX400 64 mb to 128 mb or 256 mb? What are the compatible video card to my board?
my motherboard is SHUTTLE - AV41P

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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Yes i have a brown port on my board (AGP)..tnx

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Re: video card upgrade

Needs specs of your board.. Model number

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