I am going to buy the above graphisc card "nvdia 7200gs 256 mb upto 512 mb pci express" but i am in a doubt that my computer support it, or it dosent matter if it fully support it, but it should atleast run iton my computer my motherboard is asus p4c533-mx and my chipset is via p4m266 process p4 2.66ghz ram is 512 please tell me if ti support it and one more thing i am buying a graphics card which is a month old in a nice condition will it affect the performence of the graphics card
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You likely got a board that was mislabled and packaged improperly, which mean that you just got a bargain. If it exhibits any severe faults then I'd call support and get it repair. But if its running properly I'd just appreciate your good fortune.
The answer is yes. You need to change the on-board video (Known as PCI), & set it to AGP page 36 in you're manual. This setting will be under Integrated Peripherals.
You will also gain back system memory that the on-board video was taking from you're main system memory for it to work.
At start up of the PC press the delete key every two seconds to enter the bios menu. Go to the Advanced menu & find Integrated Peripherals. There is not a disable (per-say), all you do is set it to AGP. That's it.