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SN:16ZPO43282 I got this motherboard used. I recently bought a 26" samsung lcd monitor for it that has DVD and HDMI. The video card has no port that will accept aDVD cable. Will this motherboard have a slot that will accomodate a video card with a DVD port? I don't know the type of sockets either. How do I get the specs for this model of model MOBO?

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  • dorsal fin Jun 28, 2008

    Can I use a Pro agp (1.5v or 3.3v) video card that is 4x/8x with this mobo?

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You can find manual on your board at:
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=P4T-M&SLanguage=en-us

You probably need to replace your videocard with AGP 4X 1.5V with DVI output.

Good Luck!

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

  • Yuriy Beznos
    Yuriy Beznos Jun 29, 2008

    You should be able to use that video card as long as it supports 1.5V and AGP 4X.



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