Question about ATI RADEON X1650 Graphic Card
The 4X and 8X denotes the speed of our agp port
The 1.5 and 3.0 denotes the voltage supplied by the agp to the GPU..
So you board support Graphic card with 4X speed and 1.5V voltage specification.
you should visit the manufacturer's website for. (there is generally a compatibility chart). Major brands such as Nvidia and ATI have this. The most simple way to tell if your card is compatible is to look at the agp slot on the motherboard and the pins on the card. a 1.5v compatible card has a "key" (slot) closest to the rear of the card. A universal card has 2 keys, one near the rear and one near thr front.
Please refer ATI website to check the compatibility with your board before buying graphics card
Here is the diagram to show the differences
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