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What is the operating voltage of an 'ASUS nvida geforce4 mmx440 ddr 8x 64mb AGP video card' and wiil it work on a ASUS A7N8X-X MOBO

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Your voltage shouldn't matter really. That mobo comes with an 8x AGP slot and those are standardized for a reason. So, to answer your second question, yes that video card should work on that motherboard just fine.

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