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    Question Gforce4 and older mobos

    Does anyone have any idea if any of the gforce 4 video card would work on older mobos such as Abit BX6 2.0. I'd like to get one but i want to make sure that I can use it. I think there was an issue with older mobos not being able to provide the necessary voltage for the AGP slot if I'm not mistaking.
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    Although I cannot tell you for sure, I have an ABIT BE6-II v1.0 and an MSI-GeForce4 TI4200 64mb graphics card and it works great. I believe that your board is older than mine so I would wait for someone else to answer that could give you more detailed information.
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