I'm currently building a new PC and was going to give me old one away to a friend so he can do some light gaming.
Anyway, its pretty old and uses a AGP graphics slot, which previously held a Radeon 9600 PRO which has since passed away.
So I need a new graphics card to put in there and noticed something different about the cards.
All of the newer cards that I'm seeing have three different prong things sticking out on the end of them, while my old radeon only had 2. It looks like they would still fit in the slot, but I just wanted to check to make sure there isn't some sort of incompatibility that I'm not seeing.
I'm using a P4P800SE Asus mobo by the way.
This card is an example of the three prongs I'm talking about.
Also, if the mobo uses DDR RAM, then is it a problem if your graphics card uses DDR2? Because i've currently only got 1GB of DDR RAM in there, which I may upgrade to 2GB, but either way, it isn't DDR2.