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    Video card Compatibility

    I have an AGP Banshee card, and I'm about to upgrade my mobo and processor. I'm looking at buying an Asus P5a and AMD K6-2 350 for the upgrade. My question is if any has heard of any compatibility issues between this setup. I'm not really into overclocking so if that's an issue, I probably won't experience it. Any inside info would be much appreciated. THANKS IN ADVANCE! :-)

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    i have red that the aladdin chipset has been having some compatability issues with AGP. However, they were all rectified by downloading the latesest drivers.

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    Downloading and installing the latest BIOS upgrade for the mainboard probably wouldn't be a bad idea either.
    Safe computing is a habit, not a toolkit.

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    Ok, Thanks for the advice

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    I personally like AMD, and would love to see socket 7 live a little longer, but there are many problems with the super 7 chipsets and AGP video cards. I personally have over 7 or 8 friends who went the super 7 route and have problems. So make sure your motherboard, and video work together before you buy , if it doesn't , don't believe that it will be fixed for "you" immediately. If it is not currently working , avoid it.

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