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GeForce 7600GS AGP 512MB card compatibility

I currently have a Geoforce 5700FX LE 256MB gfx card running on my motherboard and I think I will be needing to update it soon. My question is will the Asus P4SDR-VM motherboard support either a GeForce 7600GS AGP 512MB card? (8x/4x backwards compatible)


I have been informed that it might run on my motherboard and then again they may not run at all. Is there anyway to test it, before purchasing either?

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Re: GeForce 7600GS AGP 512MB card compatibility

It's hard to know,  it may be best to take your pc into a computer store and get them to test the compatability before you take it out of the store,  that way you can be sure that it works

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Hi ,

Appreciate the direct "Ask me" again.

On your last post, you specified your PC to have AMD Sempron 2400+ 512 Mb DDR2. (). Offhand, I would go for the Nvidia for performance but for durability, the Radeon would be better. Depends on how you want the video card used. Perhaps you may want to consider first is compatibility that is if your motherboard will accept a PCI-E video card. There are some versions that only have provision for an AGP video card.

Hope this be of additional help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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