Quote: Originally Posted by drake717
And would a PCI-E ×16 video card work on it?
I ask because some told me it's PCI×16 some said it's AGP. I'm confused ASRock > 4CoreDual-SATA2
It has both an AGP X8 slot, and a PCI-E X16 slot (which is limited to four PCI-E lanes, rather than 16). I'm not sure how much that would limit the performance of a high-end PCI-E X16 graphics card. That's irelevant; no one would plug a $500US 300W card into such a system.
PCI-E graphics cards are a lot easier (and cheaper) to come by than AGP, so if you want to buy a new card, go with that.
The chipset is Via. (That explains the weirdness.) I see that Asrock has Windows Vista drivers
for it, so it's possible that Windows 7 would support it.