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Graphics Cards I have the above motherboard, what cheap Graphics cards can I use?

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A nice little $68 card compatible with your Mobo.
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COMPATIBLE GRAPHICS CARD WITH P5GC MX/1333 ASUS MOTHERBOARD.


Hello you can read the spec.here:

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_775/P5GCMX1333/#specifications

Your mainboard uses PCI-E socket this is the new standard for graphic cards.

Your local computerdealer can advice you a good graphic card
but it depends what you have to use it fore.

If you use the pc to seach at the internet a cheap card will be great
but if you use the pc for games you might have to spend 200 dollars.

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I don't think whether it's compatible or not is the issue with graphics card, what you need to make sure is that you have a good power supply for the cards' needs and that your motherboard has a decent FSB speed (Front Side Bus).

I've compared the specs of your motherboard to the graphics card. That looks abolutely fine, only other thing you'll need is a decent power supply, I suggest 750 watts or above as you will need 2 molex plug connections for that card. Isn't the best motherboard in the world for it but It's going to be better than the built in X3000 shared graphics you're currently using!

If you've got any other questions regarding this just give me a shout!

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After looking at the motherboard and video card you specified,

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Can I run two EVGA GeForce 260 GTS cards in crossfire on an ASUS Rampage MOBO?


This is an excellent question, basically "Can you run two Nvidia cards on a cross fire motherboard in a SLI configuration". My first thought was "No" but you should be able to still run a single Nvidia card.

From everything that I have collected the above is correct. Here is a reputable site that you can trust which has a spill on whether you can do this: http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/246903-33-nvidia-graphics-card-crossfire-motherboard

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About graphics card


Your motherboard supports AGP graphics cards at 1x, 2x, and 4x speed only. You can find great prices on these cards here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=2010380048+1069609639&name=AGP+4X%2f8X

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