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PVM890M MOTHERBOARD Does this board supports extra graphic card for online gaming

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Yes this supports the extra graphic card. like pci-e or pci
choose the one that needs your gaming solution.


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Murcury motherboard pvm890m v 1.0 i need drivers for my mother board, sound card & vga on board.


You can download the drivers from Mercury WEB support site,select your model motherboard to download :- http://www.mercury-pc.com/downloads.php

Apr 14, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Useful Tips to Choose the Best Gaming Motherboard


Motherboard is the heart of the whole computer system. It is the part that connects all the other parts together and make sure they run smoothly. As such, choosing the best gaming motherboard is the most important task that you need to do when building a gaming computer. This article will teach you how to choose the best gaming motherboard.

Decide which type of CPU to use

This may seem irrelevant to choosing a motherboard. In actual fact, this is the most important thing you need to do before selecting a motherboard. The reason being that the type of CPU will determine the type of motherboard you need. For example, if you choose an Intel CPU, then you have to get the socket 775 motherboard or else the CPU won't fit into the motherboard. Deciding on the type of CPU will help you to make a better choice when choosing the best gaming motherboard.

Determine if the motherboard supports the type of CPU you have chosen

As mentioned before, if you are using an Intel CPU, you have to get a socket 775 motherboard whereas an AMD CPU requires a socket AM2 motherboard. In addition, some of the older socket 775 motherboards do not support dual core processors (even though they use the same socket) or even quad-core processors. Check out the manufacturer's website to get confirmation before you buy the motherboard.

Overclocking feature

If you are overclocking your CPU, you have to get a motherboard that allows you to change the FSB speed and CPU voltage in small increments.

RAM support and no of memory slot

Your motherboard must be able to support DDR3 RAM, for a simple reason that DDR3 is currently the fastest RAM in the market. Extra thing to take note is the maximum speed of RAM that the motherboard supports. Some motherboards can support only up to DDR2 667MHz RAM while the latest ones can support up to DDR3 1066MHz.

In addition, you may want to upgrade your RAM in the future, therefore your current motherboard must have at least 4 memory slots and can support up to 16GB RAM so that you have the option to upgrade in the future.

SLI/ Crossfire ready

SLI / Crossfire ready motherboard means that you can make use of two identical high performing graphics card to render the graphics, thus achieving a faster and more realistic video effects. Not every motherboard supports this feature. As video effects getting more and more advanced, it will be soon that SLI or Crossfire technology becomes the standard for video display. Therefore, even if you are not using this technology now, it is still advisable to get a gaming motherboard with SLI or Crossfire feature.

SATA 2 controller

SATA2 can transfer data at twice the speed of SATA 1. When it comes to gaming, every single speed counts and that increase in speed might be the deciding factor in your game. A SATA 2 port is backward compatible with SATA 1 devices, but not the other way round. It is better for you to get a motherboard that supports SATA 2 devices. In addition, if you are using RAID, then you have to get a motherboard that has four SATA 2 ports.

Extra Features

You might want to consider extra features such as extra USB2.0 ports, firewire, integrated LAN and front-panel LED when choosing a gaming motherboard. Some of the motherboards contain more features than the other and you have to compare around to see the differences.

Features such as integrated sound and video are not as important in the best gaming motherboard since they could not contribute well to a good gaming session. For a gaming computer, you have to get a separate graphics card and sound card so as to play the latest game in the market.

Conclusion

When getting the best gaming motherboard, it is worthwhile to do some market research and compare with various boards. Since it is the most important part in the whole computer system, don't ever scrimp money on it.

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I have Biostar G32D-M7 mother board, some games dont work due to display card problem, I am using the onboard display, Now I am thinking of adding a display card with more memory, which card should I use....


You'll have to read the motherboard user manual or go to the biostar website and download it. See what graphics cards/ graphics accelorator cards it can support.

Check that info against the minimum system requirement demanded by your games.

If supported cards easily cover those minimum requirements, go for the fastest the motherboard can support taking into how much you want to pay.

Jun 06, 2010 | Biostar G31D-M7 Motherboard

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I have p5vdc-mx and id like to add a more powerful gaming card


The best graphics cards you can run on this board by experience is the Ati sapphire hd 3850 Radeon 512ram, or the next best card I personally had was the geforce xfx 7600gt 256 ddr3 ram, this card was a really good performer.

Jul 11, 2009 | ASUS P5VDC-MX Motherboard

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Unsupported Video Drivers


It is referring to the capabilities of your video subsystem. Check your motherboard manual if you are using an on-board video controller or the documentation for your add-in video card to see if it supports this feature. If it doesn't, you will need to buy a video card that supports it in order to play the game.

Jun 04, 2009 | Intel DG31PR Motherboard

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I have intel graphics card of 128 mb. i wanna play prince of persia warrior within and other latest games but these games not support intel video card. please help me how to play such games on my pc.


dear friend

first of all, intel graphics are not graphic cards, they are on board graphics

new game require extra graphic card put on vga slot or newer ones on pci express slot

they support T&L, Cine FX, Pixel shader etc for modern game

just buy a separate graphic card and put in your m/b

and enjoy new games

thanks

Apr 10, 2009 | Intel XFX GeForce2 MX400 (64 MB) Graphic...

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Can i put a graphics card for my intel D915GVWB mother board?


You can not use PCI-EXPRESS graphics cards. Only AGP 2/4X Graphics Cards Supported ( 1.5V Only) You should look for This kind of Graphics cards.

I recommend , You must try changing your Motherboard with processor and buy a graphics card ( powerful one) to play these games. Otherwise You wont enjoy any of those games you mentioned.

n.b : a common PCI-E card has 16x speed where you cannot use more than 4x on your system.

Apr 04, 2009 | Intel D915GVWB Motherboard

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SAQI


If you are using the on board graphics this will cause problems due to your 1 gb of ram being shared with the graphics and other things , for most of todays games that will cause many problems, I would suggest getting a video Card or playing older games that the on board graphics can support. The restart usually is a sign the the graphics capability is to low for the game, altho you can tweak your computer to some extent you will always still have problems. Now adding extra ram can always help but still i would recommend getting a video card first that your computer supports.

Hope this helps, let me know if i can further help,,,,larry


Dec 12, 2008 | Intel PENTIUM-4 865GV CHIP MOTHER BOARD...

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Computer Freezing


I have built several gaming computers and if I had your problem, the first thing I would try is to add a stick of memory.Then I would get me a graphics card with some memory built on the board (256 meg). You motherboard should run a pci graphics card with no problem.

Oct 29, 2008 | EliteGroup NFORCE4-A939 (NFORCE4A93910)...

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About audio problems with graphics card


can you tell me what kind of extra noises you hear.
mostly it is not kind of issue that happen due to the installation of a graphic card.

its sometimes due to the loose pin.

Jun 24, 2008 | Intel D845GBV (BOXD845GBVL) Motherboard

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