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How do I find determine whether or not my current motherboard can support an AGP 2 card?
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What is your motherboard brand / model ?
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by:daikyozin
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Look in the BIOS setup; often there are settings for enabling various levels of AGP support.
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AGP 2.0 is not the same as agp 2x if that is what you are asking.
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