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Asrock4coreDualSata2 is destroying AGP cards. Two so far. Third (old) card working for now. Cards boot and load WindowsXP then go black. AGP voltage problem? New board solution?

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Get a higher power supply as far as amps, it sound like that if you have already been throght two cards theres is not enough amps running

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