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Hardware I have Asus P5vdmx Motherboard(Agp 8x) and I Have Installed 2 1 GB DDR 2 Ram Installed On it and i have a Fx 5200 ( AGP 8x ) installed on it I have @ problems_ 1 For Some Games my Card provides AGP 2x AA compatibility but for some other games when i switch to AGP 2x AA mode whole of the resolution of my Monitor get disturbed But when i switch to 4x AA Game Run in original resolution 2 Sometimes(Once in two or three days) My monitor Stop giving the display but when i remove Ram Chips and Connect them again monitor start giving its display

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Hi,

Make sure the RAM you bought is on the QVL (Qualified Vendors List) for that motherboard. I know I have had problems with ASUS motherboards and OCZ ram before (for example).

QVL Found HERE

As for the monitor, what do you mean "my Monitor gets disturbed"?

Also make sure you have the games running on the Monitors recommended resolution.

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