I have a new motherboard that will be damaged by a 3.3v graphics card. I cannot find info or specs on my card. How can I tell if it is a 3.3v card? It is a HIS Radeon 7000 32MB card 32 bit. It is an AGP but is it AGP2 or AGP4? Some of the markings on the board are: On the video connector, 3490, R6L-28-D, 32MB, 0420. On the top of the card: 4R6LJ122, RB M103D, 94v-0, 1804. On the bottom of the card: bar code H040531840. Please respond to email@example.com. Thanks!
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Being agp3.0, it is backwards compatible so in theory, it should work. With the older system, it may be dangerous. I would find a card that clearly states that it works in x8 (3.0) 1.5v. If it doesn't work it could fry the whole system. If i find a card that works, I'll let you know.
UR GRAPHICS CARD IS DAMAGED IF POSSIBLE TRY INSTALL THE CARD IN ANYBODY ELSE COMPUTER IF THE PROBLEM IS STILL THERE THEN UR GPU IS 100%DAMAGED.I DONOT WHAT MOTHERBOARD U R USING BUT WHATEVER MOTHERBOARD IT IS EVERY MOTHERBOARD HAS A ON BOARD VIDEO CARD U CAN TRY REMOVING UR GPU FROM UR MOTHERBOARD AND TRY CONNECTING THE DISPLAY WITH ONBOARD VIDEO DEVICE OF UR PC IF U STIIL GET THE PROBLEM EVEN FROM UR ON BOARD GRAPHICS CARD THEN SOME OTHER COMPONENT MIGHT HAVE MALFUNCTIONED NOT UR GPU.
First off, it needs to be a desktop. Make sure the Motherboard has a PCI-e slot, and that the card is seated properly. Also make sure that you screw in the metal tab in properly or the card could come loose.
Try to find out what the AGP voltage is on the motherboard. Some graphics cards use 1.5 volts and some use 3. If it's a 1.5 volt AGP slot and you plug a 3 volt graphics card in, it either wont work or you could permanantly damage both card and motherboard.