Question about MSI N9800GX2-M2D1G, PCI Express Video Card
I have just bought a new graphics card for my comp - MSI N9800GTX + 2D1G. Can someone please let me know if this will work with my Thermaltake Soprano 430 W power supply? Many Thanks
Double check that the video card is seated completely in the motherboard.
Double check or even reseat your RAM and make sure that it is completely pressed in with the locks in place.
With your computer powered down (still plugged in) Reset your CMOS. (by pulling the jumper off (2 pin) or moving the jumper to the other pin (3 pin setup). *for the 3 pin set up, the jumper may be located on pin 1-2, move the jumper so it is on 2-3. Then switch the jumper back to its original position after 30 seconds or so. Your CMOS jumper pins are typically located toward the bottom right hand side of the motherboard.
If still nothing, test the video card in another system to see if it works. If not, then we may have a dead video card and may have to either return or RMA it back to the seller/distributor.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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