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If the connectors don't match you will need to for a new video signal converter.
Posted on Oct 28, 2014
If you mean the connection to the monitor, it's either VGA or DVI. VGA connections look like a 15 pin connector with a rounded rectangular shape with screws on either end. DVI looks simular but has a bunch of square pins and comes in a few different formats. DVI-I, DVI-A and DVI-D. Most LCD monitors are DVI-D and will fit a DVI-D and DVI-I videocard, but not visa versa.
If you mean the slot in your motherboard where the videocard goes, it's either AGP, PCI or PCI Express. AGP and PCI Express are usually associated with videocards (I'm not even sure if they make PCI cards anymore) with PCI Express being the newest.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
The motherboard might be VGA, and the card PCIE, the connectors will not match, more info is required, better still check motherboard specifications, and look for the right type of graphics card.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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