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Check your Motherboard whether slot of Graphics Card are PCI X16 or AGP.

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What is the graphic card and how do i change 1


a Graphics Card (Video Card) is a device attached to your motherboard. The purpose of this is to send signals to your monitor and displays whatever you are doing in your computer.

There are a lot of types of video card. you need to know what type of video card you have so if you plan to change it you will know if it will be compatible to your system.

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What vido cards works work with it ?it has sata hard dive


The correct video card for your computer determine on the type of motherboard that is in your computer,there are two type of slots that accept video card" AGP and PCIe" but only one can be found on each motherboard.To determine which type is on your motherboard you need to open you computer and look inside, if its brown its a AGP if its green its PCIe you should check before you buy the video card.

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Where is the video card located and what does it look like


There are two type of video adapters, a card type and integrated.

Integrated is when it is part of the motherboard. Card type is when it is a expansion card that is installed onto the motherboard.

Easiest way to tell which you have is by where you connect your monitor to your computer. If you connect by all your USB connections, mouse/keyboard connections then it is integrated...you can not replace it unless you replace the motherboard.

If you connect your monitor further away from the above mentioned, then you are most likely using a card type of video card. Here is a picture of what an installed video card would look like. The video card is the part that has the "small" fan on it. The left side of the picture is the back of the computer.
http://tech.icrontic.com/draco/images/articles/tech_tips_5_vga_cooler/ws_installed.jpg

Here is a picture of an uninstalled video card.
http://en.wiki2buy.com/images/7/77/Video_Card.jpg

Hope this helps you.

Feb 02, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Just received a Palit GeForce 8400 GS Video Card. It will not fit my mother board. Is my pc to old?


This is a PCI-E (PCI-Express) type video card. Older systems have an AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port) slot. You can verify this by looking up your system online and look at the specs to see which type of video slot it has.

Hope this helps,
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What video card would be compatable with a insignia computer model d300?


I would recommend any of the Nvidia or ATI video cards that come in the PCI format. Your computer only has PCI slots. These are the older slot types, so your options will be limited for brand new cards, but there's still plenty out there. As long as the slot type is PCI and the chipset is a major manufacturer, it should work with no problem. Do NOT get any video card that says "PCI Express" or "PCI-X" - they won't fit.

Jul 18, 2009 | Insignia Computers & Internet

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I need help choosing a video card - part 2


PCI is the older, slower format, PCIe is newer and faster, but your system MUST support PCIe or it won't work.
So easy option is to find if your system supports PCIe and then get whichever is suitable.

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Power spec video card


that is untrue, who told you they are all the same.

than go on line and type in any video card drivers

when i type in any video card drive i get 8.1 million

when i type windows video card drivers i get 2.5 milloin

when i type in trident video cards i get 62 thousand.

an known video card manufacture.
the concept maybe the same but the technology and the coding for games, graphics are totally different, not all oranges are the same, or all apples teasted the same

i get the meaning im just having some fun

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PCI Video Card


The Specifications to your system states that you have Intel Extreme Graphics onboard. Below is a link where you can find manuals and drivers for that card.
http://www.intel.com/products/chipsets/eg2/index.htm

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