If you need to reduce the price, leave the AGP support chips and socket out.
Let me be VERY CLEAR no one has succeeded in putting it back on. Or let's say this with all due respect. If you could you would be doing it and not taking pictures except to document how you did it.
The best you can hope for is the PCI FX6200 card you find all over town.
I have a Lenovo 3000H 8823 3CQ Desktop with an Intel Dual Core processor[Intel (r) Pentium (r) D CPU 2.80 GHz (2 CPUs)]
Intel (r) Pentium (r) D CPU 2.80 GHz (2 CPUs)
80 GB 7200rpm SATA2 HDD
BIOS:Phoenix - AwardBIOS v6.00PG
Right now,it's only running on the onboard graphics memory(Intel Extreme Graphics 2) with 96mb memory.This is pretty much useless,so i was contemplating upgrading to an AGP video card,but it seems there's something weird on my motherboard,it says AGP 8X on it,but there doesnt seem to be a slot.all i could find was PCI slots,and i really don't want to spend a fortune on a PCI card and then get it hogging all my memory,so i'd like to know what this thing on my motherboard is.It looks like there should be a slot for an AGP card,but there isn't!Can you tell me whether there is an AGP slot,or whether i can have one installed,or whether i'll have to buy a PCI card after all.Here are some pics
PS-Unfortunately,buying a new motherboard is not an option,i have to make do with this one.