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Motherboard graphics compatability

I am looking to upgrade the graphics on my PC but i can't find the info to tell me what graphics are compatible with the motherboard.

I'm looking at either the 8600GT or 8800GT 512mb

My motherboard is is the Asus A8N-E running the AMD 64 dual core 4200+

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Drew Mellowship Nov 11, 2008

    thanks very much for that, it's a great help !

    take care & very best wishes,

    Drew


  • rince69 Jan 24, 2009

    Does the fact the those vid card are PCIe v2.0 make any difference....
    I was under the impression v2.0 cards could go in v1.1 slots, not v10,a slots...

    what version is the A8N-E?

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Here is the manual for your MotherBoard.
http://dlsvr.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socket939/A8N-E/e1911_a8n-e.pdf

U can upgrade to anyone of the cards u want as long as they are Designed for PCI Express® x16

Good luck!

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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