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Can this graphic card be installed in my system?

Hello,
I am thinking of purchasing a XFX - Nvidia GeForce 6200 256 MB DDR2 TV+DVI 8X AGP card.
My computer configuration is:
1. Pentium - III 700 Mhz
2. AGP 2X slot
3. 235 watt SMPS

Some have said better to buy a new system, but that is not possible now and the card is available for a very low cost, so I just want to whether it is possible to install it in my computer what with the different voltages for 2x, 4x and 8x that is 3.3v and 1.5v. And, this particular card has 2 notches in the connector, so does this support 3.3v operation?

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If your MB only supports a 2X AGP card, then the answer would be no, as the card is 8X.

Also, your system processor and bus speed will likely to be too slow for most applications that you would normally see a benefit from this card. eg: games.

As some have said, better to buy a new system.

If the 'very low cost' is low enough to experiment, you could try it, but I don't like your chances.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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