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Two Graphics Cards? AGP & PCI E

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Last response: in Graphics & Displays
June 1, 2010 6:27:01 PM


I want 3 monitors and to connect my projector to my PC. I currently have a graphics card in my PCI E port with 2 connections, but can I get an AGP graphics card with 2 ports and run them at the same time?


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June 1, 2010 7:42:52 PM

I don't believe you'd have both a PCI-e and AGP slot on your motherboard. Can you check?
You could get either a PCI or PCI-e x1 video card depending on what slots you actually have open.
PCI EVGA GeForce 8400 GS
PCI-e x1 HIS Radeon HD 4350
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a b C Monitor
June 1, 2010 7:52:44 PM


If you're referring to one of the old hybrid boards (like the ASRock 939Dual-SATAII), then I believe the answer is no. If I recall there was either a jumper setting or BIOS setting that told the motherboard which graphic card slot to power. You couldn't use both simultaneously.

-Wolf sends