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Is there any graphics card compatible with D915 GLVG MOTHERBOARD

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The solution is nVIDIA GeForce 8400 GS 460MHz

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Sir my intel D915 GLVG motherboard vga port is not working , can i fix a VGA card of 32 bit in my motherboard slot


Just choose a white PCI expansion slot that is open, and available.
You can also use a 64-bit PCI graphics card.

Motherboard Chipset, Intel 915GL
[ P/N Intel 82915GL Northbridge, Intel 82801FB (ICH6) Southbridge

What graphics card are you going to use? Manufacturer and model number.
Do you have the drivers, and software?
(User Interface: Nvidia; Nvidia Control Center, ATI Radeon; ATI Catylst Control Center )

REMEMBER; Install the drivers F-I-R-S-T, then turn the computer off, follow Anti-Static Precautions, and physically install the graphics card.

THE drivers need to be there, (Installed), BEFORE the graphics card is physically installed.

BIOS won't use the drivers until the graphics card is INSTALLED.

[Driver: A small piece of software that allows the Operating System to communicate with a device

The graphics card is the device in question. Windows XP and Windows 7 are two examples of an O/S.

When a device is installed Windows 'breaks it's neck' to find suitable matching drivers.
If THE drivers are Not present, Windows will match up one of it';s THOUSANDS of generic drivers.

This = No ]

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Sep 28, 2012 | Intel D915GLVG Motherboard

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I Have a PC with INTEL D 915 GLVG express chipset Board with intel 2.66 GHz processor. I wanted to add a graphic card in my PC. Please suggest me which latest graphic card is compatible for my Board.

The best card you is going to be the PCI card. You have 2 ea. PCI slots and 1ea. PCI x 1 slot. Dedpending on what you want to do with the card, there are quite a few to choose from. You will have to pay attention to the power requirements of the card. The best one I looked at, my opinion, is this one:
It does require a 400w power supply, possible upgrade for you, but, has DirectX 11. 512 MB memory, I gig would be better, HDMI and DVI outputs. I like the Radeon HD cards also because they have a sound chip in them also so, you could use ATI's DVI to HDMI adaptor as well for a second monitor. This is the adaptor:
The 6141054300G. There are others to look at but, this is a good all around card for the money and your system.
Good luck,

Aug 07, 2011 | Intel D915GLVG Motherboard

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I want to upgrade my system to increase my hard disk . how much memory is supported and mother board nob is intel d915 glvg please help to solve my problem

Your board will support up to 4GB or DDR400 or DDR 333 (pc3200, or pc2700). If you are running Windows XP you can only use 3GB as XP will only recognize that much memory. Your board also supports dual channel memory architecture so to maximize performance add matching pairs of memory. Your full board specifications are in PDF format and is located on this page. CLICK HERE to go to page.

Jun 02, 2011 | Intel D915GLVG Motherboard

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Is the GV-R465D2-1G graphics card compatible with

Yes they are compatible and should work well together, but I have had issues with the nVidia nForce3 chipsets. I have only seen Windows 7 use all the capabilities of the chipset. Good Luck and enjoy the games.

Sep 19, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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My motherboard driver cd has lost & i could not run 3d games

intel d915 series comes with only 96MB of internal graphics card.
you can share 32 mb to make it 128MB graphics card.

i think you are getting the message "graphics card not found" because your game was designed to work with only some special models of graphics card.

try using a application called "3danalyser" and fake your graphics card only to the game
i hope you have good processor to handle the grapshics

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Graphics card for Intell D915 GlGV mother board

This clearly is not a Mac Desktop issue. Please repost in the proper area.

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ur graphic card might not b compatible with ur motherboard.. check the compatibility list in the user manual of ur motherboard

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HAi,intel D915GAV around Rs.4000 something.

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Yes they are compatible. You can go ahead and plug the Graphic card into the mobo without worrying.

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