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PCIE Support?

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Well this starts with my gfx card slowly going to crap. Basically its not keeping up and blah blah blah, so I am looking into replacing it. However, all these new cards comming out are only "PCIE Compatible", and I really have no clue if my MB can support PCIE....

I have a P4P800 SE motherboard, does anyone know if it supports PCIE? I know it has some PCI expansionslots. If not, what would I have to do to get some PCIE support...Hopefully it does not entail purchasing a new MB..

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Why not just look up the motherboard information on Google? :tazz:

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PCI-E is a new standard though if the board is more than a year old it probably doesnt support PCI-E also if you are using AGP then it doesnt for sure.

I checked it doesnt you will have to get an AGP card so get a good one it will probably be the last you have for that motherboard.

Edited by warriorscot, 18 July 2005 - 06:27 AM.

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