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HIS 7000 Graphics Card 3.3v?

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 rich@hamiltonsw.com. Thanks!

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