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red123

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I am currently using an Intel integrated graphic card and just wondering if I am able to install in a better graphic card (Geforce or Radeon). Not sure, but I remembered hearing something about you can't install in another graphic card if you have an integrated one. Also can someone tell me a way for me a way to find out if the slot on my motherboard is compatible for a certain graphic card?

Edited by red123, 12 May 2007 - 05:12 PM.

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You heard wrong about how you cant install another graphic if you have the onboard video card. Do you have a AGP 8X or the PCI Express X16 slot?
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I have no clue what kind of slot I have actually. =/ Is there a way to find out?
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The best way to find out would be to read the owners manual that came with your system, or the motherboard manual.
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