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Will it work with Agpx4 motherboard ?

Will it work with Agpx4 Ga-7zx-h motherboard ?
what other options for cheap dvi out card ?

thank you , Dany

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  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Go to:
     Newegg,.com
    or:
    Tiger.com 
    Do a search for APG 4 graphics cards.
    All will work. 

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Hi,

After looking at the motherboard and video card you specified,

Agpx4 Ga-7zx-h Motherboard
GeForce FX 5500 Video Card

The video card requires a AGP 8x slot and the motherboard only supports a AGP 4x.

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Welcome to Fixya.

Your computer mainboard supports Graphics Cards from both Nvidia and ATI Radeon.

You may use a standard PCI Graphics Card, that is the white slot.
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You may use a AGPX4 Graphics Card, that is the single brown slot.

Note: AGPX4 is faster than Standard PCI so use AGPX4 if you can.

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Recommend me a good gigabyte mother board.


Without anymore information, what your wanting to build the computer to actually do, Gaming etc...

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Have no sound


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Aug 08, 2009 | Gigabyte GA-7ZX Motherboard

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MOTHERBOARD GA-7ZX THE PROBLEM IS , I HAVE A MOTHERBOARD GA-7ZX,WITH VGA ON BOARD AND IN YOUR MANUALS , THERE IS NOTHER ABOUT THIS MODEL AS I SAID MOTHER BOARD GA-7ZX, ALL YOUR VER. IS MENTIONED THAT MODEL...


You posted this problem twice. I have replied to each differently.

The motherboard manuals would be supplied by the manufacturer, in this case a company named Gigabyte, which is not a part of nor related in any way to FixYa.com website. The following is a link to the support page for this motherboard on the Gigabyte website:)

http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Products/Motherboard/Products_Spec.aspx?ProductID=1369

There are three revisions of this motherboard {1.x, 5.0 and 5.1} and NONE of them have onboard VGA. All use an add-in 4X AGP VGA card that goes into the brown slot at the top of the white PCI slots.

Compare your motherboard to the pictures available at Gigabytes' support page (the link above) to make sure we are talking about the same motherboard, although as far as I can see there was no other manufacturer that made a motherboard with the GA-7ZX designation. Please verify and repost your results.

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THE PROBLEM IS AS FOLLOWS. MY MOTHERBOARD IS A GA-7ZX WITH VGA ON BOARD , BUT IN YOUR MANUALS , THERE IS NOTHING ABOUT THE VGA ON BOARD, AS I SAID IT'S A GA-7ZX .fFOR ALL V ER. 1, 5.0 5,1 IS MENTIONED IN...


The motherboard manuals would be supplied by the manufacturer, in this case a company named Gigabyte, which is not a part of nor related in any way to FixYa.com website. The following is a link to the support page for this motherboard on the Gigabyte website:)

http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Products/Motherboard/Products_Spec.aspx?ProductID=1369

There are three revisions of this motherboard {1.x, 5.0 and 5.1} and NONE of them have onboard VGA. All use an add-in 4X AGP VGA card that goes into the brown slot at the top of the white PCI slots. You must provide your own video card if you received the board separately (outside of a system). If you received a full system the card may already be installed. you will have to physically remove that card (with the system off and unplugged first!) and look at any writing on it to determine the manufacturer brand and model of the video card. I assume you are asking so you can locate the correct drivers for the video display. If so, please repost the information on the video card along with the operating system you are using so we can help you locate the correct driver.

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Need a diagram of motherboard pins


The link below will take you directly to the GA-7ZX family page. You will have to figure out which revision/series board you have and download the appropriate manual. http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/Motherboard/Manual_List.aspx?Keyword=GA-7ZX. Good luck and don't forget to rate this post.

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