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What you think about graphic cart type that this motherboard supported

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This board supported old pci graphics cards...

Posted on Jan 04, 2011

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Hello there please guys help me I bought ecs elitegroup motherboard but it doesn't detect my g210 invidia geforce after plug my graphic cart it shows strange lines


suspect you may need to disable the motherboard built in graphics card and tell it to use PCI graphics adapter otherwise an interrupt conflict in CPU and possible conflict as both devices compete for same computer resources.

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Bought new visionquest 19" monitor,


Nope it isn't defective. You don't mention from your question if you bought a LCD type or the CRT type of monitor. But I think you bought a LCD monitor right? My question here is where do you connect it? From the graphic card or in the onboard vga of your motherboard? How old is your graphic card/onboard vga? That is always the problem of an old graphic card because it can't release more pixels that's why it says out of range. Connect your old monitor it will work because it can support your graphic card/onboard vga. Buy a new graphic card with a specification that will suit to your motherboard and to your new monitor before it become a money waste

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What best motherboard for INTEL CORE 2 DUO E7500?


Hello there. It depends what you are looking for. If you are looking for something real budget, or something with upgradability and overclocking capabilities, your options will change. Since the LGA 775 is an older chipset, your options will be limited.
Some of the most important things to consider is what type of RAM the motherboard supports, brand name, how many and what type of connections the motherboard supports, whether you want onboard graphics or not, the form factor of the motherboard, and really what other users are saying.
This is a good option for a basic, budget motherboard that has onboard graphics and supports DDR3 RAM so that you can upgrade in the future: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128449
For a more expensive, faster model that will be more favorable to your overclocking needs, you can get this one from gigabyte: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128496
I hope this helps! Give me a couple thumbs up if you think so!

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What type of processor and graphic card are compatible with my motherboard


Your motherboard supports has a Land Grid Array processor (LGA) socketso it supports, celeron D, pentium 4 and pentium D processors.

Probably, it's the PCI x16 graphics card, you can find the motherboards features on http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d101ggc/sb/CS-021717.htm

All the best

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What r the Best games for biostar u8668d,6.1 motherboard.


well if you are looking to upgrade your graphics card i would start by looking at a games reccommended system requirements. make sure everything matches up and if you need to get a graphics card that is supported

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Cannot add a larger graphics card.


I think cannot support the that type of graphics card. If u must install that graphic card.thatway first update ur motherboard or BIOS drivers.

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Main boad driver for 18400 GV-P


i think your motherboard is ECS, you can go to the ECS website, the after that you just click the motherboard, then you just type the model of your motherboard, if you can see now the model, just click the driver, then chose the US then you can download now your motherboard driver

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Can i put a graphics card for my intel D915GVWB mother board?


You can not use PCI-EXPRESS graphics cards. Only AGP 2/4X Graphics Cards Supported ( 1.5V Only) You should look for This kind of Graphics cards.

I recommend , You must try changing your Motherboard with processor and buy a graphics card ( powerful one) to play these games. Otherwise You wont enjoy any of those games you mentioned.

n.b : a common PCI-E card has 16x speed where you cannot use more than 4x on your system.

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Graphics card support to motherboard D845GBV


AGP 2.0 and 3.0 4x and 8x feed with the 1.5v spec. AGP 1.0 1x and 2x was fed at 3.3v. In short, you should be fine.

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Not getting ATI Radeon 512MB graphics card


Go for :
ATI Radeon X1650 Pro 512MB AGP
ATI Radeon X1600 Pro 512MB AGP

plz rate me if this info is helfull to you... Thanks

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