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    Lesbian Rebel Member Mikeus Caesar's Avatar
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    Default How to find out what video card slots you have?

    Is there any way of finding out what video card slots your motherboard has? I found a very nice PCI-Express card, but i'm not sure if my motherboard has any PCI-Express slots.

    EDIT: Never mind, found a program. Come Saturday, i'll be the proud owner of an ATI X1950!
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    Default Re: How to find out what video card slots you have?

    Hello currywurry,

    Perhaps you have a manual? If not, you can download it for the manufacturers site.
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    Default Re: How to find out what video card slots you have?

    As i said, i found out with some program i discovered, but as for the manual - my dad foolishly threw it out a few months ago, after it had lingered about for the last two years.

    And there are no manuals on-line, i checked, quite thoroughly.

    Anyway, i know for sure now that i have a PCI-Express slot, managed to find that my current X800 is a PCI-Express card, which obviously implies what kind of slot it is in.

    Thanks to anyone who might have contributed some time to looking into my problem!
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