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Old 7th October 2005, 14:40   #1
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Is it ppossible to use 2 graphic cards in one system?

Mobo : Asus p5gd1 Pro
Pros : P4 3.00 ghz
Geheugen : 2x 512 mb
3D : Asus x 600xt pro 128mb
Win XP Pro SP2

So can i put in another card, a PCI-card like a S3 or so?
I know it's possible with AGP and PCI, but what about PCI-E and PCI?
And any tips on how to proceed?

Old 7th October 2005, 16:50   #2
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yes it will work, just as it did with AGP & PCI
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