I've got an Asus V6800 card, which, in its manual, says something to
the effect of 'this card will not work with a motheroard where the AGP
power is supplied by a linear regulator' (it seems there's an upper
limit on how much power these can provide, and this card wants more
than it can give).
My question is, how to find out which kind of regulator I have (the
abit bp6 manual doesn't say) or does anyone know of a board that
definitely supports this card (i.e. you have a working example 8)
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