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What graphics card this motherboard will support

Respected sir, i bought a gigabyte motherboard,i am ineed of a graphics card. So "WHAT KIND OF GRAPHICS CARD CAN I USE? & ALSO SECIFY A EXAMPLE FOR THAT TYPE!".. THANK YOU,

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  • Anonymous May 02, 2009

    I bought a Gigabyte graphic card and need to connect it to mother board.

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Here is the link to the product support page for your motherboard; http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Products/Motherboard/Products_Overview.aspx?ProductID=1732 The motherboard includes an Intel Extreme graphics card built in - the necessary drivers are available throught the link above. Here is the link to the manual for the motherboard if you need it; http://europe.giga-byte.com/FileList/Manual/motherboard_manual_ga-8i865gvmk_e.pdf Page 1 gives all the possible expansion graphics cards you could use - the gigabyte AG325(G) is recommended. Hope this helps :)

Posted on May 12, 2007

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    Nigel Ridehalgh May 12, 2007

    Second look says that the information provided by gigabyte is incorrect - the MB has no AGP slot and the AG325(G)is an AGP card so will not work. td123's suggested model sounds fine.

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Gigabyte did not put a special graphics slot (AGP, PCIe etc) on this corporate series board. It has good internal graphics support. If you would like to run two monitors, it appears that one choice is the CHAINTECH P-FX20 256MB Geforce FX5200 256MB 128-bit DDR PCI Video Card, based upon user reviews at NewEgg. You may need help getting both graphics adapters to operate together. Typically, there is a jumper on the card that disables "Primary VGA" mode. Your OS should boot using the on-board adapter and then you can tell the OS that it should "Extend the Desktop" to the second (PCI) adapter. Your results may vary.

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