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My brother bought a new Radeon x1650 pci-e video card. We installed it correctly, but there doesn't seem to be any place on the card to plug it in. The diagram shows that there is a plug in the top right, but there is no such thing on the actual card.

What gives?
 

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Then it don't need it if there is no female power connector. I have a 7600 GT that does not have one and was surprised by that as well. They ship "general" directions with the card. that does not mean that the directions are specific to that card.
Is there an issue with the card? is it not working?
 

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The AGP versions of the X1600's require the connector but the PCI-Express don't, at least not all. PCI-Express can deliver more power to the card then AGP is the reason.
 
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