It is best to try your support site or your owners manual for help, this site has owners manuals and sevice manuals, that will asnswer most question. If this does not help try a web search, will do the trick most all the time if...
1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 18/12/2012
From my personal experience I can say that PCI-E is better than AGP. But if you want to learn more about these types of video cards you can look through this article: http://www.directron.com/expressguide.html
3 Answers · Computers & Internet · 21/11/2006
It depends on what speed the pci-e 2.0 port is running at. If its running at x4 speeds, then dont bother. If its running at x8 you can probably do it with likely no performance loss. If its running at x16 then it will...
2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 29/06/2013
The AGP-PCIe bridge chip alters the graphics card so it's compatible with AGP. The card was designed for PCI-e but they had to spec it down. You'll probably get at least 95% of the performance though, since that's a fairly weak card...
2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 09/07/2008
AGP, according to the documentation. In small format / slimline configuration, the AGP will not be available, just traditional PCI.
1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 27/10/2009
Yup, that's no problem at all. You can even put a PCI-Express X16 card in a X8 slot, if you carefully file a gap in the edge of the slot, but I wouldn't recommend it. All that will happen in your case is that the RAID controller will...
1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 14/12/2008
- related to PCE