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Graphics cards and dual running

Lack of hardware knowledge, dual running graphics cards.

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Clarification Request
Sorry I typed in the wrong field.

I was wondering if I bought a new graphics card to run along side my old one (nvidia 9600gt) will a gtx or gts work with it, or just a gt? Also there is a similar slot to the pci-e slot, will this accept a graphics card or not?

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Clarification Request
Sorry I typed in the wrong field.

I was wondering if I bought a new graphics card to run along side my old one (nvidia 9600gt) will a gtx or gts work with it, or just a gt? Also there is a similar slot to the pci-e slot, will this accept a graphics card or not?

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I've plugged in a second graphics card, installed drivers and connect a second monitor. I've mixed and matched cards over the years.

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