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No video. And if I put a video card in the PCI expansion slot, still not able to get video. It's a P6SET-ML board.

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    marios basileiou May 11, 2010

    Hello my friend what card have you installed?

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Pls clean & reseat RAM memory & graphic card

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Fitting a Gforce video card in a veriton 5700GX


Your restrictions are based on available slot size and version. So get one that fits PCI-e x16.


Could not locate PCI version so check your manual, because the slots are backward compatible. Meaning you can connect a Ver 1 card into a Ver 3 slot, but not the other way around.

Expansion Slots - 1x PCI-e x16 slot, 1x PCI-e x1, 2 x PCI slots

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PCI slots


<b><span>Most</span> <span>ATX</span></b> <span>motherboards</span> <span>provide</span> <span>at least</span> <span>four PCI</span> <span>slots</span> <span>for</span> <span>expansion</span><span>.</span> <span>Although</span> <span>these</span> <span>standard</span> <span>PCI</span> <span>slots</span> <span>for expansion</span> <span>cards</span> <span>usually</span> <span>available</span><span>, such as sound</span> <span>cards</span> <span>and Ethernet</span> <span>cards</span> <span>are</span> <span>faster</span> <i><span>PCI</span> <span>Express</span></i> <span>(</span><span>PCIe</span><span>)</span> <span>also appear</span> <span>on most</span> <span>boards</span> <span>public</span><span>.</span> <span>PCIe</span> <span>distinguish</span> <span>between them</span><span>, but</span> <span>the number</span> <span>of</span> <span>links</span> <span>or</span> <span>channels</span><span>,</span> <span>they claim</span><span>.</span> <span>For</span> <span>example</span><span>, one</span> <span>PCIe</span> <span>x16</span> <span>offers</span> <span>greater</span> <span>bandwidth of a</span><b> <span>PCIe</span></b> <span>x1</span> <span>slot</span><span>.</span> <span>(</span><span>can</span> <span>only transmit</span> <span>one</span> <span>channel</span> <span>2.5</span> <span>Gbit</span> <span>/</span> <span>s in</span> <span>each</span> <span>direction</span><span>.</span><span>)</span> <span>Therefore,</span> <span>PCIe</span> <span>x16</span> <span>graphics</span> <span>cards</span> <span>use</span> <span>as</span> <span>an Ethernet</span> <span>card</span> <span>can</span> <span>use</span> <span>x1</span><span>.</span> <span>All</span> <span>expansion</span> <span>cards that you</span> <span>use</span><span>, you must</span><span>, be compatible with the specific slot types, of course.</span><span></span>

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My asus p5nsli has no graphics soket on board but has got a sater in the place it should be can you tell me wot lead i nead thanks


Asus P5NSLI mobo?

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_775/P5NSLI/#specifications

Supposed to have two expansion slots for PCI Express graphics cards.

If the Blue one is used ONLY, it is PCI Express X16

When two -> SLI-Ready <- PCI Express cards are plugged into the Black PCI Express slot, and the Blue PCI Express slot; the Black PCI Express slot operates at x8.

PCI Express x8

The Blue PCI Express slot does also. PCI Express x8.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCI_Express

Motherboard User's Manual download page,

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_775/P5NSLI/#download

Scroll the page down using the Right side bar; then scroll down the inner scroll bar to the English version of the manual,

P5N-SLI User Manual for English Edition (E2234)
4.46Mbytes -> 2007.06.12
Click on the blue Global

[PDF file form. The computer you are using now has Adobe Reader on it, which uses PDF files.
After you click on Global it may take up to 30 seconds, before the first page comes up.

Hover your mouse cursor at the bottom/middle, and the ghosted out navigation guide will appear.
Go all the way to the right, and click on the Adobe PDF icon.
When you hover your mouse cursor over it, Show Adobe Reader toolbar, will briefly appear.

Click on the Zoom In ( + ) icon at the top to Increase the view size; Zoom Out ( - ) icon to decrease ]

1.8.6 Two PCI Express x16 slots -
Page 24 for the PDF file; Page 1-24 for the actual manual page.

So you're stating that one of the PCI Express slots are gone?
Just solder blobs where it should be?
Reply in a Comment.

Both PCI Express expansion slots are gone?

There are still the white PCI expansion slots. Not ANYWHERE as good, but any of them can be used for a PCI graphics card.

Regards,
joecoolvette

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What video card are compatible for my mother board M7VIG400


The expansion slots on this motherboard are -
EXPANSION SLOT
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  • 1 x CNR Slots
  • 1 x AGP 4X Slots
I suggest you purchase an AGP video card for this motherboard.
There is a big range of AGP video cards to choose from.

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Is there always a free slot for a video card on motherboards that have integrated video cards


Most motherboards have expansion slots, you need to identify the type of expansion slots that are installed eg. PCI. AGP etc.
If your motherboard has an AGP slot (this slot is for graphics card) then purchase an AGP graphics card.
You may need to disable the on-board graphics card in the BIOS setup.

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My display is white. I have a pci express slot open can I add a pci express video card to solve the problem?


The monitor may be faulty and not the video card, try a different monitor first to determine if the video card is faulty.
If the video card is faulty then install a video card in the PCI express expansion slot. You may have to turn off the on-board video card in the BIOS.

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Hi, i have a pc chips A15G board and i want to know if i can use a video card pci ex x16 2.0 or only can use pcie x16


you can use 2.0 as its backwards compatible you wont get the same thorough put (speed from the 2.0 specification) but you will be fine. hope this helps

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I have an emachine t2984 with a factory video card. I want to upgrade my video card but read that there are no expansion slots (PCI-e) to do this. Does this mean i need to buy a new computer to play video...


A video card can use AGP, PCI, and PCI-E slots. If it is a older model it should have either AGP or PCI ( Mainly AGP ). Many video cards are still available for these slots.
If you want to play the top games of these day though, most of the time these slots will not work games like this. They COULD work, but the best cards of today is PCI-E. Good luck and do not forget to rate :)

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Want to upgrade the video card but dont know where to start. are the three expansion slots at the bottom of the board used to expand drivers like the video?


Hi there.
Seeing as the graphics on that board are integrated Intel Extreme Graphics and the board does not have PCI Express or AGP slots then you can use one of the 3 PCI expansion slots to install a video card.
The largest PCI graphics card I've seen is a 512MB card and that was not cheap as the latest video slots are PCI Express.
It will however free up essential system memory which is always a good thing.


Regards

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