That was just our first attempt at Bonsai Graphics cards . . .
Our company bought a pair of GX150s from you a few weeks back, and
we are reasonably happy with them. However, when we opened them, we noticed
that the advertised AGP slot is not on a riser board, so it's possible that
we won't be able to put a decent 3D video card in them. What is the story
with this ? Do our eyes deceive us, or could the Dell engineers not read the
AGP 2.0 spec  that clearly states that there should be 144.7mm of
clearance between the motherboard and the top of the AGP card ? Could you
recommend a source for such lilliputian cards thatcould fit in such
dimunitive cases as the GX150 seems to have.
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