Yes, an 8x AGP card will work in an AGP Pro slot.
Yes the 8X AGP slot is Backwards compatible with the 4X AGP Card
An AGP slot was useful for video card
An AGP video card.
An AGP video card.
it wont work with out the right one
AGP slot is one of the types of video card available. Nowadays, almost every CPU has one AGP card slot. AGP cards are automatically detected as in-built video cards when connected to AGP slot of system. They provide better resolution than onboard/integrated video.
It depends on the card. If the card is keyed for only 1.5v operation, the card will not fit and will not work in a 1x slot. If the card is keyed to both 1.5v and 3.3v operation, it should work.
A video graphics card goes in a AGP slot. ( AGP: Accelerated Graphics Port )
AGP Video card AGP retention mechanism = AGP Video expansion card
I believe you can get PCI, PCI-X or AGP video capture cards. Each card would need the corresponding slot, such as an AGP card would require an AGP slot.
no. only on a pcie slot. buy a mainboard with such
No. An AGP slot is both physically and electrically different from a PCI slot.
AGP slot is one of the types of video card available. Nowadays, almost every CPU has one AGP card slot. AGP cards are automatically detected as in-built video cards when connected to AGP slot of system. They provide better resolution than onboard/integrated video
Yes, However it just won't work at full speed.
Yes, AGP is completely backwards compatible.
No it won't work!
No. They are totally different on an electrical, physical, and protocol level. Attempting to insert a PCI-E card into an AGP slot, or vice versa, will likely damage both the motherboard and the card.
The PCI video card should work, but you may need to change a setting in your BIOS to recognize it. Enter "setup" when the computer starts, and look for a setting about video options. There is usually a setting indicating to seek an AGP or a PCI video card upon startup. NO! A pci video card will only fit into a pci slot in a motherboard. Likewise an agp will only fit into an agp slot. They are completely different. Both of these above answers are right and wrong. PCI and AGP are two totally different standards, but as long as you have an open PCI slot, you can use a PCI video card and opt not to use the AGP (Make sure to change appropriate options in your BIOS.) ==Answer == Yes you can use a PCI card where the slot is avaliable, but if your motherboard has a slot for AGP cards it is worth noting that the systemboard was designed with AGP in mind. It offers a system bus direct to the prossesor for faster unhindered communication.Running a PCI card on a AGP board may and probably will slow down your system performance.
Make sure that you check your motherboard specs, but generally a 4x AGP will work in an 8x AGP slot as AGP slots are considered to have backward capability.
The slot which the video card needs to work. The slot is usually either an AGP slot (which is currently outdated), or the more recent PCI-E slot, which all new graphics cards nowadays use.
The bus, for example: PCI-Express (x1, x4, x16) or PCI, or AGP. To imagine this for yourself, it's the slot in your pc, on your motherboard, with that slot, your video card will have to be compatible with. this means, you can't insert a PCI-Express Video Card into an AGP slot. :)
AnswerYes.Added:Sometimes! Not all AGP 1x or 2x video cards will have the same connection type as 4x or 8x cards, some older cards will not physically fit in the slot for modern motherboards.