On Dec 2, 2007 3:55 AM, Felix Miata <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Is there some utility that can tell what voltage being supplied by the AGP
> slot? I bought some used OEM rebranded Matrox G400 cards off eBay, and can't
> find model numbers that tell what generation of cards they are. I read
> somewhere that early models only worked at 3.3V, while most can run 1.5V.
> Some modern motherboards can be damaged using 3.3V-only cards, and don't want
> to take unnecessary risk.
I presume you have already done this, but have you checked your BIOS -
mine tells me what voltages are on the various rails and it also tells
me what voltage the AGP slot is pushing out - I've had this kind of
information on my machines since the mid-90's so I assume yours has
the same info...
If not, then lmsensors perhaps (can't check - at work).
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