I have an Asus P5VD2-MX Mobo, the Graphic Card is the Nvidia 8800gt Pci-E. I have updated the Bios to v.1016, with no joy. Does anyone know if this card is incompatable with this Mobo ? I think it is!!.. I know the card works fine in my other p.c.I have plenty of juice from the PSU, and auxillery power plugged in
spec Intel Core 2 Duo 6400 (2.13)
4 gig 667
650 watt psu
3 fans etc...
any advise would be appreciated,as this is a first for me...
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Re: Graphic card won't boot to monitor ?
As long as you have connected it properly, i see no reason why it shouldnt work. Make sure that the bios settings are correct, to boot from PCI-E video card. Make sure and double check that everything is plugged in correctly. Other then that i have no other ideas.
Very nice parts. Good luck :).
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this nothing new this asus motherborads try and reset your cmos some times this works and you need to make sure your board can take your gf card has some of them can only take 128bit or 256 or 512 or 1gb
Well, any GPU with pci expess will be compatible thit that mobo of your.
Its not easy to recomend any specific, it all depends of what you needs are.
Just make sure that the card you upgrade with is for an pci express slot.
A verry good GPU coast around 150-200 euros, a top GPU card cost 400-600 euros
There are ATI cards and there are Nvidia cards, both will suit with your MoBo as long as they are for pci express.
The board should recognise this card ,however connect card with pc off and reset your cmos jmper hold for few seconds or take battery out,replace boot up get into bios ,normally delete button,reset your time and date and save try reboot
You can get "any" type of PCI-X graphic card to your system, it doesnt matter if the memories on the graphic card are ddr2 ddr3 ddr4 or ddr5. It should work. If you have a C2D processor @ 1.8GHz you probably have Intel E6300. You can pair it with any graphic card. Its only up to your budget.
Suggestion 1: Try switching your Monitor's plug from one DVI to the other. This shouldn't do anything, because your graphic card should display the booting sequence on all connected monitors... however, doesn't hurt to try.
Suggestion 2: New graphic cards are quite a power-hungry monsters... are you sure your power supply is up to the task? Your current configuration could help in this regard + the make, model and rated Wattage of your PSU.