Question about HIS RADEON X1950 PRO, (256 MB) Graphic Card
I have a dell dimension 9100 computer and i just bought a x1950 radeon graphics card. i opened up the side, took the old one out and realized it didn't fit in any of my input slots. none of the slots even look like the side of the graphics card. do you think i need to just up and get a newer and better computer or can i somehow fix this problem?
The adapter u are using is pci express and the dell dimension 9100 are not compatible.. try returning it for either a pci (usually the white slot) or AGP which in most cases is brown.. the AGP will be your best performance.. if return is not an option.. then it seems that a new pc is in your best interest.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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