Question about Acer Aspire M AME600-UR368 Desktop PC
What kinda of Graphic Card can this desktop support? How much extra power does the PSU can support additional graphic card?
Posted by Anonymous on
You can install a PCI-X video card, depending on what video card you get you might need to upgrade to a 500-650W power supply.
Posted on Jul 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if all pin is conected properly
check your power suplly
try to replace the power supply
is not necessary to replace the power supply with the original powersupply
replace with standart 350 watt power supply (or higher)
then if the problem is still exsist
check *********** board
try to replace the motherboard
replace it with
any socket 478 motherboard
if nothing change
try to replace the RAM module
replace it with any DDR RAM module
then the last one
if nothing change
you must replace your processor
with an 478 socket processor
note: replace the component with borrowed
you can borrow the component from your friends or anyone
then if your computer is showing display again
you can buy the component from ebay
here original specs of your computer:
Specifications - Aspire T310
Intel® P4 Processor with 400/533/800FSB (depending on processor)
Intel® Celeron Processor with 400FSB
128KB or 256KB (dependent on processor)
128MB DDR SDRAM PC2100/PC2700/PC3200 expandable up to 2GB
SiS 661FX Northbridge Controller,
SiS964L Southbridge Controller
3 PCI v2.2 slots
1 AGP slot 4X/8X
Integrated Realtek ALC655 audio codec (SoundBlaster® Compatible AC97 Audio Codec)
Speakers (selected models)
Integrated SiS 661FXVGA,
3.5" 1.44MB Floppy Disk Drive
52X CD-ROM, CD-RW or DVD-ROM (selected models)
20GB-80GB Hard Disk Drive (selected models)
56K V.90 (selected models)
Integrated Realtek RTL8100C 10/100 Base T
1 PS2 Mouse port, 1 PS2 Keyboard port, 2 USB Front, 4 USB Rear, 1 Parallel, 1 serial , 1 VGA, 1 game/midi, 1 RJ45, 5 audio (2 front, 3 rear)
Industry Standard 230 Watt
14.2" 360mm) H x 7.1" (180mm) W x 16.5" (420mm) D
Windows XP Home
Windows XP Professional
Windows 2000 Professional
1-year Mail-in/carry-in warranty, Technical support for first year, available 8a.m. to 8p.m. CST Monday through Saturday (hardware only), 90 day software support. Call 1-254-298-4696
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Warranty covers only Acer purchased parts that are listed as supported and serviced. Please see limited product warranty for full details. Acer, the Acer logo, AcerPower, AcerAcros, AcerEntra, AcerAspire. Aspire by Acer, and Veriton are registered trademarks of the Acer America Corporation and Acer, Inc. The Intel Inside logo and Pentium are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation. Microsoft, Windows, Windows 95, and Windows 98 are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. All other brands and products names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
SOURCE: What's the difference????
The GTX possess faster clock speeds than the GT. GTX is also dual-slot & sucks down 40 watts more power.
So, the GTX is the superior card if you have room for it.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
SOURCE: upgrading graphics card
Connect the monitor to the onboard video connector first. then
you need to disable the on-board graphics in the BIOS save the setting and shutdown. Then connect the monitor to the GeForce video connector and boot up then you will get a video signal on the GeForce video card.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
The motherboard will support any PCI Express x16 or PCI Express 2.0 x16 video cards. Your main concern should be with the power supply since it is either a 300w or 250w.
Here is a pretty good choice for your price range:
Input your info here to see if you need a power supply upgrade.
A little money for system memory would be good if you have less than 1 Gig.
You can test it here:
If you are saving money by not buying a motherboard and want to spend it (which is what I would do), I would put the money into a the video card and power supply.
I do not know the dimensions of the Aspire Case, so one thing to keep in mind is the dimensions of the card and the power supply. Make sure they will fit before buying.
If you start replacing motherboards and such, you might as well just go with a whole new system. A new motherboard, new CPU, new memory, new graphics, new power supply, fast hard drives, new case.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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