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The only problem I can see is. the graphics card requires a PCI-E x16 slot and the motherboard has a PCI-E x4 slot. It should work, but not to the speed it is capable of reaching. The other thing that may be holding you back is the power supply. From looking at the graphics card spec I would expect to fit at least a 700w PSU To the tower. But without knowing the spec of your computer (CPU, Memory and Drives) and the exact symptoms, I can't be more specific.
go to www.asus.com
when you get there put in country i.e. united states
click on services support
move mouse to downloads
click on asus downloads
in the blanks put in your motherboard model number p5gz-mx and category = all
next it will prompt you for your operating system
then it will display a list of drivers available
good luck and let me know how it goes.
Hello ccccc0000nnn! Asus has the graphic driver for your P5GZ-MX motherboard available for download on their website. The link for your motherboard is P5GZ-MX Just pick your operating system from the pull down menu and then scroll down to VGA and click the "+" sign.