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what to replace an old tnt m64 8MB agp card

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by Blood Dawg, Apr 2, 2004.

  1. Blood Dawg

    Blood Dawg Guest

    My friend had an old compaq comp given to him. It has a tnt2 M64 card
    in it. i have an old tnt2 ultra laying around doing nothing and was
    wondering if i could replace it. ia m worried about different voltage
    issues. AGP 1X vs 4X etc.

    I'd hate to damage his comp by putting my card in it. The card I want
    to give him is a Diamond Viper V770 tnt2 ultra. It's a AGP 2X card i
    think, and I remember my Gigabyte motherboard manual said to set the
    jumper because it would be wrong voltage. At the time i replaced it
    with a Radeon 9700 pro, so i didn;t do anything with it, it went in a
    drawer.

    I also have a Dell Geforce2 gts pro, but my mom is using it in her
    machine now.
     
    Blood Dawg, Apr 2, 2004
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