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Old October 2nd 04, 11:05 AM
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Default "low profile" 1.5v AGP card - where to buy in the UK?

Hi,
I've recently acquired an Compaq Evo 510 SFF. It has integrated sound &
video, however there is an AGP Port on the motherboard that allows upgrades.
The only problem is that its much smaller due to it being a 1.5V AGP Port.

Where can I find these to purchase in the UK? How much exactly will these
1.5V cards cost & can I use any 1.5V card.

URL - http://tinyurl.com/63oo3


 




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