Locating the s/pdif i/o connection on a m2n-x plus motherboard
i have a asus m2n-x plus motherboard and am using a nvidia geforce 9800 gtx pci/express 16x video card with hdmi output. i need to conect the video card to the mother boards internal s/pdif output so that i get hd audio through the hdmi cable for my tv. ive looked everywhere on the net and in help files for the location of the 7 pin(i think it is 7) i/o connection but have been unable to find anything. i also need to know which 2 pins to connect to. i believe one will be ground and not sure what the other needs to be.
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Unless you are using a high end motherboard with the latest chipset, you will find it very difficult to get an "onboard" graphics chip to output that resolution. And your motherboard just doesn't have the power to display at that resolution. You will need to find a graphics card that will display that kind of resolution. The Nvidia GTX 650 or the Radeaon 7750 are both capable of handling that display and are cheap (in terms of graphics cards anyway).
your motherboard is not a 64-bit board so it cannot support the windows 7 64-bit version. you should get the 32-bit version or upgrade your ram and then your windows should be able to read your onboard video.
Hi, friends , There is a usb socket, in your atx cabinet you need have. If you used old model cabinet cannot find the usb socket.Actully you need to purchase new atx cabinet. Fit the usb socket to the mother board.
You can download manual from bellow the link, there is vedio bellow the web page.
Basically, any graphics card is capable of being compatible with this motherboard. I had some difficulties for a while until I figured out you have to MANUALLY set it to use your PCIE 2.0 GPU output.
How to do this is to set your jumpers to external output only. First thing you'll want to do is update the BIOS on the motherboard (Which you can do by getting "Asus-Update". Find it on google, easy to use, just make sure your computer doesn't crash during the BIOS flashing.
Afterwards, set the jumpers to use your PCIE-2.0 slot. Took me a little while to figure this out, and it's a little hard to explain.
Above your PCIE-2.0 slot there are 5 little blue 'plastic-like' things. Those are your jumpers. Take them out and insert them HORIZONTALLY as such:
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Basically, make sure the jumper things are connecting the little drawing there. They HAVE to be horizontally inserted, otherwise this WILL NOT WORK. Just plug in your monitor to the graphics card's output, and you're good to go. Hopefully it works for you.