I am building a new pc with a Gigabyte UD5 mobo with nVidea GTX 260 video card. I'm using Intel core i7 2.66 with 3 gig of Corsairs Dominator DDR3 ram. I have a Corsairs 750 psu.
I tried an early boot with just what you read connected and I could not get a boot up screen. The fan on my video card is not spinning. The CPU, ram memory and case fans are all working. I unplugged everything, checked installations and hookups and all seemed fine. I even removed the battery for about a minute.
So why am I not getting power to my video card and no boot up?
I'm new to this so anything at all will help.
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I don't know, what O/S operates your system. But, If you want to get the NVidea to be functioned well, you have to install the NVidea driver software, and it is an extra work. Haven't you got a NVidea driver software disk along with this NVidea card? Should have. Insert it into CD ROM, and follow the illustrations. It will take some time, in most cases, more than 20 minutes, to finish.
I see no reason why you couldn't. The motherboard supports the CPU's socket, and the GTX 660 isn't that powerful of a card. So long as you have a sufficient power supply (no less than 500 watts) you'll I see no reason why you couldn't.
By the time you spend all that money you could have bought you a new Intel 2.8Ghz dual core processor with 4GB of RAM..keep the one you have for stuff you want to experiment with and buy yourself a new computer
Hi shuter. Your Asus P5RD1-VM has an integrated video adapter ATI® Radeon 9600 GPU. You need to enter your bios & change the video start up order. Pg.2-22 in your manual.
Configuration options: [IGD] [PEG/IGD] [PCI/IGD]
Boot Graphics Adapter Priority [PEG/IGD]
Save & exit. Check system at boot up for correct memory count.
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