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Geforce 3's AGP or AGP 2.0

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December 4, 2001 10:54:03 PM

Man Im beat. I just don't know! Im looking to get a Geforce 3, but I want the normal version (which is apparently discontinued?) instead I've found only Geforce 3 Ti 200s and Ti 500s which apparently require a AGP 2.0. Which is something I don't think I have (logic board is from around 99/98) Everywhere Ive gone that sells the regular Geforce 3 says under the specs: chipset: NVidia Geforce 3 Ti. I've found a few Geforce 3 TI 500s and 200s that say chipset: NVidia Geforce 3. What gives? Can I still get a regular Geforce 3? Are a lote of these retial store's websites just sloppy? Im not getting something, please help! Thanks

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December 5, 2001 1:26:52 PM

You can check your mobo's manual to check if you have an AGP 2.0 slot.

My case has so many fans that it hovers above the ground :eek:  .