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Old 07-15-2005, 12:28 AM   #1
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Ok it says on it CT6500. All I can find on it is drivers for win95/98se. Need to know how much ram and is it really a pci vid card.





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If it fits into a PCI slot then it's a PCI card.
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i can tell just by loooking at teh pins that it is not a pci card, there is only one gap in the pins of a pci card
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I thought it was too many but i was too lazy to look into my case and check,lol. I doupt it is a PCI-E card so that leaves AGP.
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any guesses as to how much ram it has?
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you wouldn't have to actually put it in, just pust it beside it.
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Old 07-15-2005, 01:07 AM   #7
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The one on the bottom is a Vanta LT agp card.

Edit: I scrounged up an old motherboard and it's a pci card for sure. Now I have to repack all the junk I pulled out to get to it. "sigh" Now does any one know how much ram it might have?
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hmmmmmm, not pci, not agp, pci-express???
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nevermind, forget my last post then
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I can guarantee that it's a PCI video card and I think the only to see how much RAM it's got is to install it and run it. Check the properties of it to see how much RAM.
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