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Unfortunately, I can't find any specifications for that particular motherboard. However, there's a very easy way to tell if one of the slots is an AGP graphics card port!
Look directly at the motherboard so that the white, horizontal PCI slots are in the bottom left-hand corner. There will likely be 3 or 4 white slots, some of them may be occupied by PCI cards. Just above the top white PCI slot, there will likely be either a brown horizontal slot (that's your AGP connector) or a blank space where one might fit.
If you do not see an offset, horizontal brown expansion connector above the white PCI slots but below the fan assembly, your motherboard does not have an AGP connection and you will need to use PCI for graphics.
Hope this is helpful!
Posted on May 23, 2011
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