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Intel d850md won't power on

Power supply is good and have disconnected all PCI cards and cables.  No go.  Any ideas?

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1) If you have been powering on/off alot, then power supply may have flipped. Wait a while to let it cool down and try again.

2) Your motherboard may be shorting underneath, so loosen mounting screws and lift the board slightly and try to power on.

3) You are shorting the power-on jumpers or have the power-on button connected to these jumpers.

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Does GA-G41M-ES2L Motherboard support asus gtx 650 graphic crad?


http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3500#ov

Specification:
Motherboard chipset;
Intel G41 Northbridge; Intel ICH7 Southbridge,
(The Intel ICH7 is also Intel part number 82801GB)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Motherboard_diagram.svg

(CPU = Central Processing Unit. Another term used is Microprocessor, or simply Processor for short)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_intel_chipsets#Core_2_chipsets

G41, scroll down towards the bottom of the chart.
(Past P45)
Introduced in the last quarter of 2009

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCI_Express#PCI_Express_2.0

The PCI Express 2.0 technology came out January 15, 2007

Means your PCI-Express x16 slot is based on the PCI Express 2.0 technology

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121725

The Asus GTX650 graphics card, (No matter which version), is based on the PCI Express 3.0 technology

PCI Express 3.0 technology is Backward Compatible, with PCI Express 2.0 technology,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCI_Express#PCI_Express_3.0

"PCI Express 3.0 Base specification revision 3.0 was made available in November 2010, after multiple delays. In August 2007, PCI-SIG announced that PCI Express 3.0 would carry a bit rate of
8 GigaTransfers per Second, (8GT/s), and that it would be backward compatible with existing PCIe implementations."

PCIe =PCI Express

So yes it will work, AND will work at FULL capacity.
Also your motherboard chipset (Northbridge), will support Intel processors that utilize an LGA 775 processor socket, AND up to an Intel Core2 Quad CPU. (Processor)

DOES TAKE SOME POWER, though!
You need a Power Supply that will not only deliver the necessary Wattage, for the computer system; but also need Up To an additional 150 Watts JUST for the graphics card itself.

Know what happens when you try to under power, a powerful graphics card?

Things BURN,
Or
The computer doesn't work

A) The contact pins in the PCI-Express x16 slot, will burn
B) The gold plated contact pins on the bottom, of the graphics card will burn

C) The graphics card requires more power, than the PCI-Express x16 slot can deliver.
A PCI-Express x16 slot can only deliver Up To 75 Watts.

A 6-pin PCI Express power cable is required.
This power cable can deliver Up To 75 Watts.

If there isn't enough power the contact pins, in the 6-pin PCI Express power cable will burn.
So will the contact pins for the power cable, on the graphics card.

The motherboard by itself requires 120 to 150 Watts.
Depending on Processor, Up To 130 Watts.
For each stick of Ram Memory add 25 Watts
25 to 30 for each Optical Drive. (CD/DVD drive)
2 to 3 Watts for each fan; to include the Processor fan, and computer case fans.

Now add 150 Watts for the graphics card.........

For additional questions please post in a Comment
Regards,
joecoolvette

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_intel_chipsets#Southbridge_9xx_and_3.2F4_Series_chipsets

May 04, 2013 | Gigabyte GA-G41M-ES2L Motherboard

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Maximum graphic card memory


You could increase to a 1000Gig's if they made one.

A graphics card has it's own graphics processor, and graphics ram memory. It runs independent of the System Resources.
The Processor and Ram Memory.

Chip and Chipset are slang terms for I.C.
Integrated Circuit,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_Circuit

The graphics I.C., or graphics chipset, is a GPU,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GPU

A GPU can be mounted directly to the motherboard, and use some of the system resources. Integrated graphics.
Or it can be mounted to a removable graphics adapter card.

IF there IS a 'bottleneck', it will be your Processor, and amount of Ram Memory.
Should have at least 2GB of ram memory
It will take up to 4GB. can also support DDR2 Sdram at 667MegaHertz. (PC2-5300)

Intel 945G motherboard chipset.
Intel 82945G Northbridge chip,
Intel 82801GR Southbridge chip. (ICH7R)

Supports Intel Core2 Duo processors, with a Front Side Bus of
UP TO 1066MegaHertz. (FSB up to 1066MHz)

Intel 945G chipset was brought out in 2005. This means to me, the PCI Express technology used on your motherboard, is
PCI Express 1.1

I would stick with the graphics cards using PCI Express 2.0 technology.
I've read reports where the PCI Express 2.1 cards, weren't 'playing nice' with motherboards using the PCI Express 1.1 technology.

Unless you just wanta' experiment? Who knows?

How many maximum Watts is the Power Supply, capable of delivering at 80 percent, and how many Amp's does the 12 Volt power rail have?
(If there is more than one 12 Volt power rail, you can add together for the total 12 volt Amp's )

See what the minimum requirement is for the Power Supply. make sure you have MORE than enough.
Also if the graphics card requires an additional power cable; make sure your Power Supply has it.

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=555358&CatId=3669

But the minimum wattage for the Power Supply is 450 watt.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814129203

Power Supply? 500 Watt.

Regards,
joecoolvette

Jul 18, 2012 | Intel D945GNT Motherboard

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Hi! I am running Windows XP 64 OS on a Intel D975xbxlkr motherboard. I need to replace the pci express graphics card. One that will be compatable with the OS and motherboard. I am not gamer Any...


Everything on the Intel D975XBXLKR motherboard is 64-bit. The Processor, and Northbridge chipset included.

The Northbridge chipset handles the Processor, Ram Memory, and high-speed graphics.

AGP and PCI Express is high-speed graphics.
A graphics card plugged into a PCI slot (White) or using Integrated (OnBoard) graphics is NOT high-speed graphics.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Motherboard_diagram.svg

The Northbridge chipset for an Intel D975XBXLKR motherboard is an Intel i975X.
(The i stands for Intel)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_chipsets#Core_2_chipsets

ALL PCI-Express graphics cards are compatible with a 64-bit O/S.

What you may be concerned with, is whether the PCI Express technology used on your motherboard is PCI Express 1.1, or PCI-Express 2.0

It is PCI-Express 2.0 technology that is used.

[Doesn't matter anyway. PCI-Express 2.0 technology is Backward Compatible with PCI-Express 1.1 technology.
A graphics card based on PCI-Express 2.0 technology will work on a motherboard with PCI-Express 1.1 technology.
You just won't get the full capabilities of the graphics card.
You probably won't notice either ]

A recommendation for your perusal;

1) http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=5639261&CatId=3669

Yes this is a type of gamer graphics card, and I read your requirement.
My argument is the quality for the price.
Even if you do not game your graphics will be superlative.
Excellent graphics on a computer makes a world of difference.
This graphics card will work with a 350 Watt power supply.

Jun 21, 2011 | Intel 975XBXLKR 975X Mainboard...

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Intel desk top board no display


- remove all pci card
- check ram ( scrub with rubber eraser and broom ram slot with small brush, or your can troubleshut with new ram )

if still no display
- troubleshut with display card ( New display card )

if still no display
- troubleshut power supply with new power supply or any power supply is still good in condition( working power supply )

if display still not appear and your was do all tip above finally
you must troubleshut your motherboard with all your hardware. but your must use motherboard supported all your hardware.

Jun 10, 2010 | Intel D845GVSR Motherboard

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Building desktop: no beeps, no video The mobo LED are on, fan is running but getting no signal to monitor. I've tested the video card in another pc and confirmed working. The only time the mobo beeps...


If the cpu was bad- nothing would turn on--be sure the cable is good-- also be sure the VGA is enabled in the bios- since you cant see the video you have to reset the cmos setting--unplug the unit and remove the cmos battery-reinstall after one minute and check for video

Apr 10, 2010 | Intel Desktop Board D850MD Motherboard

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Intel D945GCZ, PCI-E video card


Mostly PCI-E now are good vga card, i have a tip for you... there's is a secret between a 512MB & 1GB PCI-E card. With this feature is required a good power supply, like for example I used Power Supply 550watts (original 500watts power supply). This power supply is different from 350watts and 500watts.. Here is a secret buy a 550 watts to boost PCI-E card both 512MB & 1GB. Secretly this performance are based on my own analysis using CPU booster freeware... I'm sure 100% more compatible & perfectly to your motherboard. Just try it at least you have idea where you want to grab PCI-E cards (any Model).
Good luck!

Dec 26, 2009 | Intel D945GCZ Motherboard

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Front panel connections


Hi

those details are documented in the motherboard user manual available on this page.
http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d850md/sb/cs-013275.htm

Let me know if you need anything else.
Thanks and good luck,
Ekse

Apr 27, 2009 | Intel Desktop Board D850MD Motherboard

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Configure power and reset switch


hi,i have located an online manual.hope this will help.look for a picture of the board sometimes the values are marked .
http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d850md/

Mar 04, 2009 | Intel Desktop Board D850MD Motherboard

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I am having a problem of no display


Hi mystriaxe_me, the issue of no display depends greatly on which display you are currently using. The Intel MB D102GGC2 does use an onboard (Integrated) graphics card & it also allows you to use a PCI-Express graphics card but not at the same time.
If you are not using a PCI-Express x16 card your monitor cable should be connected to the "Dark Blue in color VGA port" located at the rear of the MB. If you are using a PCI-Express card, the bios auto detects that one is attached & will boot to the PCI-E. Most PCI-E cards have two ports. If the first one does not show display than move your cable to the second port on the PCI-E card. (Also try removing your PCI-E card & re-inserting it. The connection may not be fully inserted. Most PCI-E cards also require more power. Check your card for additional power ports. Some use a power cord like a floppy disk drive, others use a power cord like a hard disk drive & newer cards use either a 6-pin power cord or 4-pin squar power connector. Check the manual for the PCI-E card.
If in either case if you do not receive display on your monitor, check the monitor cable for good connection. Also check the monitor by hooking it up to a working notebook or a working PC.
If nothing helps you gain display, post here which graphics card you are using. If its a PCI-E card post the manufacture & model number.

Good luck mystriaxe_me!
If the answer does not help, answer my questions.
Thank you for using fixya.
Mike

Dec 16, 2008 | Intel D102GGC2 Motherboard

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