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Vga card resolution to low, need high resolution 1366 by 762, what type vga card i must looking for

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You are looking for a AGP 4x vga video card only, with some exceptions. Motherboard (1.5v for AGP 1x, 2x and 4x), but it will only work at up to the 4x that your motherboard is capable of. You may need to change your BIOS settings for AGP= 4x to obtain maximum performance from your motherboard and graphics card. AGP 8x cards run at 0.8v but some may permit 1.5v 4x compatibility. The AGP 8x cards have power issues that should be considered and really shouldn't be used. The best cards you should choose to use just happens to be the cards I have. NVIDIA-GeForce-FX5500 and FX5200 are about the best for your motherboard. Both can achieved the high resolution needed.

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    DVI support up to 1366x762 resolution.
    Fx 5500 series is DVI support up to 1600x1200 resolution
    OpenGL㈢ 1.5 Optimizations and Support
    USE and UDA. ISA

    For your motherboard cards that match up to these standards and meet other requirement should be ok. Some VGA AGP 4X 8x ATI card fall into this category too.

    Graphic Core

    · Four parallel rendering pipelines

    · AGP 8X or 4X compatible

    · DirectX 9.0 and OpenGL 1.4

    · High performance 3rd generation HYPERZ III and Charisma

    Engine II(T&L engine)

    · Build-in HDTV decode and hardware Dynamic Compensation

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    · Dual integrated display controllers

    · SMOOTHVISION 2.1 (F-Buffer)

    · HYPERZ III increases graphics memory bandwidth

    · Lossless Z-Buffer compression (up to 24:1)



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High resolution is supported by high resolution monitors or LCD no matter what type of Video card are you using so first check monitor compatibility with the resolution

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