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Yesterday I buy a XFX 9800 GT ddr3 512 mb graphics card & a 600 watt smps of i ball. But when I set both of them in my Intel DG31PR motherboard, there was no display in my lcd moniter. Now what should I do. I am getting very very nervous. Please reply me as soon as possible. my e mail address is tanmoybasak89@gmail.com

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Your motherboard, the intel dg31pr is not compatible with ddr3 ram. only ddr2 ram. so a graphics card with ddr3 ram will not work !

Posted on Aug 13, 2010

  • gunnerzone Mar 12, 2011

    Correction : A graphics RAM and system RAM are two different things. Graphics RAM doesn't depend on system. So a graphics card with ddr3 RAM should work on a board which supports DDR-2 system RAM since they are not inter-connected. Sorry for the mistake. I was confused

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Is your computer still booting up.Did you try reinstalling the card.if still no video exchange the card.
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