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AGP 2X or 4X

The specs says 4X, but the bios is 1X and 2X

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Re: AGP 2X or 4X

If the specs say 4 then it should be 4, however you can plug an 8x in there and it will work, (as they are backward compatible)

the only thing you have to concern yourself with is the slot bars in the slot, and that they match any slots on the card you are going to insert..

If you look in your AGP slot there may be a partition in the slot...
on most newer slots there is no partition in the slot (denotes voltage) If you look on the VGA cards there is most likely TWO slots, which means that the card will fit into ANY AGP slot.. if there is only ONE slot on the Graphics card it is Voltage dependant and must match the partition on the slot (unless there isn't one)

I hope that helps

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You have an AGP expansion slot for a graphics card.
(Accelerated Graphics Port)
It uses either 1x, 2X, or 4X graphics cards. Since the only AGP graphics cards out there are 4X or 8X, the 1X, and 2X are moot points. (They were also Junk anyway!)

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