Geforce FX5900 OK on ASRock motherboard AGP 1.5v socket?

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by xxxxxx, Apr 2, 2005.

  1. xxxxxx

    xxxxxx Guest

    Just bought an ASRock K7upgrade-600 motherboard. It is marked
    with a warning sticker not to use a 3.3V agp card as it uses
    1.5V. How can I tell if my Prolink Geforce FX5900 card is safe
    to use?

    I have searched the net (not exhaustively yet) but without
    success though I saw a reference to '...a list of compatible
    cards with the ASRock manual' but I can find no sign of this in
    the box or on the CD.

    I have messaged Prolink at their website but my browser then
    crashed so I don't know if the message went.
    xxxxxx, Apr 2, 2005
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  2. xxxxxx

    xxxxxx Guest

    Ignore this - I've now found the answer after further searching
    of the net.
    xxxxxx, Apr 2, 2005
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  3. xxxxxx wrote:

    > Just bought an ASRock K7upgrade-600 motherboard. It is marked
    > with a warning sticker not to use a 3.3V agp card as it uses
    > 1.5V. How can I tell if my Prolink Geforce FX5900 card is safe
    > to use?
    >
    > I have searched the net (not exhaustively yet) but without
    > success though I saw a reference to '...a list of compatible
    > cards with the ASRock manual' but I can find no sign of this in
    > the box or on the CD.
    >
    > I have messaged Prolink at their website but my browser then
    > crashed so I don't know if the message went.


    I was under the impression the slots are slightly different for
    different voltages.

    --
    If it fits, you don't need to quit.
    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?R=F4g=EAr?=, Apr 2, 2005
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