GeForce 7600 GS AGP 8x 1.5V or 3.3?
Well, i am planning to buy the 7600 GS AGP version coz of my motherboard. Its an Asus P5VDC-MX. Got only n AGP slot n most impotantly, it supports only graphics cards that are 0.8V/1.5V. What I want to know is whether the 7600GS AGP is a 1.5V or a 3.3V. Please reply me quickly coz I am a bit impatient with acquiring a graphics card. Thank you!
Well, i am planning to buy the 7600 GS AGP version coz of my motherboard. Its an Asus P5VDC-MX. Got only n AGP slot n most impotantly, it supports only graphics cards that are 0.8V/1.5V. What I want to know is whether the 7600GS AGP is a 1.5V or a 3.3V. Please reply me quickly coz I am a bit impatient with acquiring a graphics card. Thank you!

#1
Posted 05/01/2007 05:49 PM   
[quote name='myRaiZ' date='May 1 2007, 06:49 PM']Well, i am planning to buy the 7600 GS AGP version coz of my motherboard. Its an Asus P5VDC-MX. Got only n AGP slot n most impotantly, it supports only graphics cards that are 0.8V/1.5V. What I want to know is whether the 7600GS AGP is a 1.5V or a 3.3V. Please reply me quickly coz I am a bit impatient with acquiring a graphics card. Thank you!
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Hi!

It's 1.5V ( AGP 4 / 8x)

Just to clarify, too. The 1.5v AGP slot is the 4x / 8x slots. The 3.3v is the other voltage that it would be, which is the 2x and below slots. If the motherboard supports at least 4x AGP, then it's a 1.5v slot.
Voltages are like this:

AGP 1.0 (2x) = 3.3v
AGP 2.0 (4x) = 1.5v
AGP 3.0 (8x) = 0.8v

AGP 1.0 - If supports 1x and/or 2x = 3.3v
AGP 2.0 - If supports up to 2x = 3.3v
AGP 2.0 - If supports up to 4x = 1.5v
AGP 3.0 - If supports up to 4x = 1.5v
AGP 3.0 - If supports up to 8x = 0.8v-1.5v (unless specifically specified that it only supports 0.8v, normally they are compatible with 0.8v and 1.5v cards.)

(Some also can be adjusted higher for overclocking from 1.5v-1.8v, however not recommended and make sure it is 1.5v unless you really know what you are doing as it WILL damage the card or motherboard if done incorrectly.)

Hope this ansvers your question?
[quote name='myRaiZ' date='May 1 2007, 06:49 PM']Well, i am planning to buy the 7600 GS AGP version coz of my motherboard. Its an Asus P5VDC-MX. Got only n AGP slot n most impotantly, it supports only graphics cards that are 0.8V/1.5V. What I want to know is whether the 7600GS AGP is a 1.5V or a 3.3V. Please reply me quickly coz I am a bit impatient with acquiring a graphics card. Thank you!

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Hi!



It's 1.5V ( AGP 4 / 8x)



Just to clarify, too. The 1.5v AGP slot is the 4x / 8x slots. The 3.3v is the other voltage that it would be, which is the 2x and below slots. If the motherboard supports at least 4x AGP, then it's a 1.5v slot.

Voltages are like this:



AGP 1.0 (2x) = 3.3v

AGP 2.0 (4x) = 1.5v

AGP 3.0 (8x) = 0.8v



AGP 1.0 - If supports 1x and/or 2x = 3.3v

AGP 2.0 - If supports up to 2x = 3.3v

AGP 2.0 - If supports up to 4x = 1.5v

AGP 3.0 - If supports up to 4x = 1.5v

AGP 3.0 - If supports up to 8x = 0.8v-1.5v (unless specifically specified that it only supports 0.8v, normally they are compatible with 0.8v and 1.5v cards.)



(Some also can be adjusted higher for overclocking from 1.5v-1.8v, however not recommended and make sure it is 1.5v unless you really know what you are doing as it WILL damage the card or motherboard if done incorrectly.)



Hope this ansvers your question?

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#2
Posted 05/01/2007 07:14 PM   
I don't think you can find any 3.3V AGP card in market nowadays, you can rest assure your mobo can support it for all AGP card produced after 5200FX.

Just a note, try to get a GT version, either 7300 or 7600
I don't think you can find any 3.3V AGP card in market nowadays, you can rest assure your mobo can support it for all AGP card produced after 5200FX.



Just a note, try to get a GT version, either 7300 or 7600

#3
Posted 05/02/2007 01:07 AM   
actually 8x is 0.8v

(1.0)1-2x = 3.3v
(2.0)1-4x = 1.5v
(3.0)2-8x = 0.8v
actually 8x is 0.8v



(1.0)1-2x = 3.3v

(2.0)1-4x = 1.5v

(3.0)2-8x = 0.8v

#4
Posted 05/02/2007 03:42 AM   
actually 8x is 0.8v

(1.0)1-2x = 3.3v
(2.0)1-4x = 1.5v
(3.0)2-8x = 0.8v
actually 8x is 0.8v



(1.0)1-2x = 3.3v

(2.0)1-4x = 1.5v

(3.0)2-8x = 0.8v

#5
Posted 05/02/2007 03:42 AM   
actually 8x is 0.8v

(1.0)1-2x = 3.3v
(2.0)1-4x = 1.5v
(3.0)2-8x = 0.8v
actually 8x is 0.8v



(1.0)1-2x = 3.3v

(2.0)1-4x = 1.5v

(3.0)2-8x = 0.8v

#6
Posted 05/02/2007 03:43 AM   
actually 8x is 0.8v

(1.0)1-2x = 3.3v
(2.0)1-4x = 1.5v
(3.0)2-8x = 0.8v
actually 8x is 0.8v



(1.0)1-2x = 3.3v

(2.0)1-4x = 1.5v

(3.0)2-8x = 0.8v

#7
Posted 05/02/2007 03:44 AM   
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#8
Posted 05/02/2007 03:45 AM   
[quote name='where?wolf' date='May 1 2007, 11:14 PM']Hi!

It's 1.5V ( AGP 4 / 8x)

Just to clarify, too. The 1.5v AGP slot is the 4x / 8x slots. The 3.3v is the other voltage that it would be, which is the 2x and below slots. If the motherboard supports at least 4x AGP, then it's a 1.5v slot.
Voltages are like this:

AGP 1.0 (2x) = 3.3v
AGP 2.0 (4x) = 1.5v
AGP 3.0 (8x) = 0.8v

AGP 1.0 - If supports 1x and/or 2x = 3.3v
AGP 2.0 - If supports up to 2x = 3.3v
AGP 2.0 - If supports up to 4x = 1.5v
AGP 3.0 - If supports up to 4x = 1.5v
AGP 3.0 - If supports up to 8x = 0.8v-1.5v (unless specifically specified that it only supports 0.8v, normally they are compatible with 0.8v and 1.5v cards.)

(Some also can be adjusted higher for overclocking from 1.5v-1.8v, however not recommended and make sure it is 1.5v unless you really know what you are doing as it WILL damage the card or motherboard if done incorrectly.)

Hope this ansvers your question?
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[quote name='where?wolf' date='May 1 2007, 11:14 PM']Hi!



It's 1.5V ( AGP 4 / 8x)



Just to clarify, too. The 1.5v AGP slot is the 4x / 8x slots. The 3.3v is the other voltage that it would be, which is the 2x and below slots. If the motherboard supports at least 4x AGP, then it's a 1.5v slot.

Voltages are like this:



AGP 1.0 (2x) = 3.3v

AGP 2.0 (4x) = 1.5v

AGP 3.0 (8x) = 0.8v



AGP 1.0 - If supports 1x and/or 2x = 3.3v

AGP 2.0 - If supports up to 2x = 3.3v

AGP 2.0 - If supports up to 4x = 1.5v

AGP 3.0 - If supports up to 4x = 1.5v

AGP 3.0 - If supports up to 8x = 0.8v-1.5v (unless specifically specified that it only supports 0.8v, normally they are compatible with 0.8v and 1.5v cards.)



(Some also can be adjusted higher for overclocking from 1.5v-1.8v, however not recommended and make sure it is 1.5v unless you really know what you are doing as it WILL damage the card or motherboard if done incorrectly.)



Hope this ansvers your question?

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#9
Posted 05/02/2007 11:39 AM   
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