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Please tell me about, What type of AGP VGA card should go with above motherboard type?

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AGP video cards are no longer manufactured, AGP has not been used for some years now, so your best chance of finding a card is probably e-bay or somewhere similar.
The cards you might find would be Nvidia and ATI chip sets.

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