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AGP Video card with the A8N-SLI Deluxe?


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I was wondering if i could use my Nvidia video card with the A8N-SLI deluxe motherboard.






P.S Is a flatscreen better for gaming or a regular one?
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I was wondering if i could use my Nvidia video card with the A8N-SLI deluxe motherboard.


If its a AGP card then...No


P.S Is a flatscreen better for gaming or a regular one?


depends on the flat screen

Edited by OneCool, 25 August 2005 - 01:13 PM.

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When you talk about an A8N-SLI, the "SLI" refers to pairing up two PCI-Express video cards together to run simultaneously.

If you really want to keep your AGP card, find a different motherboard.

Edited by UV_Power, 21 February 2006 - 12:02 AM.

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Is it good for gaming and graphic designing?




Im newbish on the whole mobo thing.


O and where can i find an AMD 64 FX cheaper then normal

Edited by Largo, 25 August 2005 - 10:16 PM.

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Well while the motherboard affexts system performance it is not the bigest factor concerning gaming and graphics. If you mean AGP slots then at the moment there inst a realo difference as the cards dont make much use of the extra speed found in the newer PCI-E slots but they do make use of the extra power that can be provivded via the slot. But they no longer produce new gfx cards for the AGP slot and have moved over to the PCI-E slot cards only. AGP cards are still available however they are suplied in fewer and fewer numbers and will become harder to find in a few years.
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Coolio, ok well thanks i think i will try out the board, i just need to get the money first :tazz:
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