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Maximum graphics card for 5yr old Asus AS99127F motherboard

Dear sir please help me find out what is the maximum(memory in MB) graphics card that can be supported by my 4-5yr old P3 800Mhz Asus motherboard AS99127F ?
i want to upgrade the graphics card from the current 8MB SIS

yours sincerely
Khuz

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    sir my motherboard is CUV4X-C asus. does it support 4X ? i have a program that shoes it to be 2X max

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Yeah you can replace it witha VGA video card as long as it not over 8X speeds . Just make you you get a VGA card not a PCI-16 card

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