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Is my mob compatible with new Video Card & have enough power to run it

Q: Is my mob compatible with new Video Card & have enough power to run it

Is my motherboard compatible with and does it have enough power watts it compatible my Card have power new to & enough with run Is mob Video to run new video card My specs More details about my computer Component Details Processor Intel R Core TM i CPU GHz Memory RAM GB Graphics Intel R HD Graphics Gaming graphics MB Total available graphics memory Primary hard disk GB Free GB Total Windows Home Premium System Manufacturer Gigabyte Technology Co Ltd Model H M-UD H Total amount of system memory GB RAM System type -bit operating system Number Is my mob compatible with new Video Card & have enough power to run it of processor cores Storage Total size of hard disk s GB Disk partition C GB Free GB Total Media drive D CD DVD Graphics Display adapter type NVIDIA GeForce LE Total available graphics memory MB Dedicated graphics memory MB Dedicated system memory MB Shared system memory MB Display adapter driver version Secondary monitor resolution x Primary monitor resolution x DirectX version DirectX Video Card Information Network Realtek RTL D D Family PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet NIC NDIS New Video card info Nvidia G-Force Video Px Video card UPC- Mb PCIExpress X Dual Monitor Support My power supply is watts and on my motherboard now there is only sticks of GB ram Patriot Viper Extreme and nothing else in any of the expansion slots I looked online but cannot get a straight answer Can my motherboard run this card with no issues Thanks I am shine nbsp

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A: Is my mob compatible with new Video Card & have enough power to run it

No one can say if it will run with no issues, just because there could be any number of complications that could pop up. If you asking will it work with your current system, then yes it will run on your current system with the PSU. I would advise that you uninstall the video drivers (and software) for the current card, changing out to the new card. This will create less of a head ache for you in the end.
I would also suggest trying to find another 2GB ram stick because your motherboard is a Dual Channel motherboard and the computer will run better if you have 4 sticks of ram instead of 3. Its not going to hurt your computer by having 3 sticks of ram versus 4, but you will get better overall performance.

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Will this work in his computer and allow him to play minecraft? steam?
www.newegg.com/.../Product.aspx;cm_re=6450-_-14-102-933-_-Product&RandomID=1698470702508220150427173530

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I have a stupid question (clearly I'm not good with computers)
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now I was thinking of buying this card:
http://www.canadacomputers.com/index.php?do=ShowProduct&cmd=pd&pid=014211&cid=999.821
OR (the other website has more specs)
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage...Force&lp=4&type=product&cp=1&id=1177718060586

would the card be compatible?

thanks so much
 

A:Is this video card compatible with my pc?

how big is your power supply?
 

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The motherboard book says under the section AGP slot:
introduces a 66Mhz, 32-bit channel for the graphics controller to directly access main memory. The mainboard supports 4x/8x 1.5V AGP card

Is the card I am looking at two new and advanced for my motherboard or will it still work to its full potential. Is there another card I should get instead. If this card will not work or has alot of extras I am paying for that will not work what would you recommend instead?
 

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Thanks
 

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Does it matter which one I place it in?
 

A:Video card compatible?

In answer to your questions...

PCI-E card for PCI-E slot...

The cards memory (vRAM) makes no difference for compatibility, it can have DDR2, GDDR3, 4 or 5. "hd" isn't a memory standard...

Depending on how your third question is interpreted;
(a) PCIe x16 (2.0) has a theoretical bandwidth twice that of 1.0, 500mb/sec as opposed to 250mb/sec -multiply each by the 16 PCI lanes (hence PCIe x16) to get the theoretical bandwidth of the slot (8Gb/sec vs 4Gb/sec). Data transfer rate and base clock frequency are also doubled.In reality there is little difference between the two since most of the graphics functions are handled within the card itself. Slot bandwidth only comes into play where the graphics card and CPU need to communicate in an intensive manner.
(b) A PCIe x16, as shown above, offers a much greater bandwidth than does a single lane PCIe x1. Such a large reduction will impact graphics performance in a great amount of gaming scenarios. See this article for a comparison of real world PCIe bandwidth (The article is based on the then current 1.0 specification)....

Always place the graphics card into the primary PCIe x16 slot if you have two or more available. This slot is invariably the PCIe x16 slot closest to the chipset/CPU.
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A:Video Card Compatible?

You can use any PCI Express x16 video card; ATI or Nvidia from any manufacturer you like. The 6600GT is a great card and its hard to find anything compareable to it in that price range.
 

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I plan on putting in a 256MB video card and at least 2GB of RAM
Here is some of the information I seen in another post that was requested for. If you need anymore just let me know. Thanks!!

PC Wizard
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Processor
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Name: Intel Pentium 4
Frequency: 2800 MHz - (Current: 2793.18 MHz)
Graphics Card
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Name: Intel(R) 82865G Graphics Controller
Bus Type: PCI
Texture Memory: 87 MB
Converter: Internal
Refresh Rate (min/max): 60/120 Hz
RAM
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Manufacturer: Infineon
Part #: 64D64320GU68
Type: DDR-SDRAM PC-2700 (166 MHz) - [DDR - 333]
Size: 512 MB (2 rows, 4 banks)
POWER SUPPLY
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Watts: N/A
Amps: N/A
 

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A:Video card not compatible

I went onto CAN YOU RUN IT?,and of course, I failed. I can't find the recommended drives (NVIDIA 7800 or the ATI 1950) I have no idea what to buy or what is compatible with my computer.
Any and all help is appreciated.
Waverlyguy
 

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A:Video card compatible to old PII 300

I believe that they are all backwards compatible AGP wise, but check the packaging to make sure. You can probably also find some good and cheap PCI based video cards that will run as well as AGP 1 cards.
 

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A:Looking for compatible video card for my Inspiron 570

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A:I'm buying a new video card not sure what one is compatible

That should work, but with Pegatron, you never know, and they are not willing to tell you on their website.

Do you have the motherboard memory maxed out, a decent hard drive, and all other features up to snuff? You shouldn't be having major problems with that video card, and it may be that you will not be able to get better performance, based on that system board.

I see you apparently have already searched a number of other sites... so info is scarce.
 

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A:Maximum compatible PCI video-card

Video cards aren't like CPUs where sysbos can only handle up to a certain speed. First check what AGP multipliers your board supports, most of the boards out today are 4x, but there are a few with up to 6x. If there isn't this revolutionary new discovery in video cards, like a new slot or something, then you won't have a problem with a video card released a couple years from now on a board you have now, only that it won't be running at it's full potential.
 

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I have: Product::: HP Pavillion Laptop dv4000

SPECS::::
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A:Good compatible video Card

You can't upgrade your video card, most laptops including yours, do not allow the graphics card to be upgraded.

But you may be able to try an updated driver and maybe it'll work, the 915 doesn't have hardware Vertex Shades but it can be emulated in software/drivers.

Intel drivers: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=12536&ProdId=1862&lang=eng

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A:Looking for compatible Video card for ASUS MB

I know this is an old post. But unanswered.

The short answer is as long as you have AGP 8x, and your video card is AGP 8x, you're fine. If you case has the room for it. If your power supply has extra power for it. Then go right ahead.

Otherwise, if you're still hanging around here, what did you end up doing?
 

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A:What is the best video card compatible with my mobo?

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A:Is a PCI-E16 1.0 Mobo compatible with a PCI-E 2.0/3.0 video card?

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A:Looking for help in identifying compatible video card

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A:Is this video card compatible to my computer?

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A:This MOBO Compatible With This Video Card?

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/this-mobo-compatible-with-this-video-card.542154/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/compaq-mv740-video-card-compatible.192149/
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Welcome to SevenForums.








  
Quote: Originally Posted by user72012


Hello, I found a cheap card and my question is if it would play decently windows media center in my desktop pc, so I can turn it into something like a dvr. The card is a nvidia geforce 6200 512 mb


This is not a card I would choose to use.

By todays standards it is very old technology especially for a win7 OS

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EVGA NVIDIA GTX 970 Superclocked Graphics Card (EVGA 04G-2974-KR)
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A:I`ve replaced the motherboard, video card, RAM, power supply, but still no video.

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A:Need a video card with low power needs

http://www.newegg.com/product/product.asp?item=N82E16814127181

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A:Help! How do I get power to my new video card?

Nevermind, I found the answer myself:

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/showthread.php?p=281940#post281940

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A:New PC- Video card has no power- HELP

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A:Video Card Power

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A:Video Card Power

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A:Power Supply or Video Card?

I'm not sure of this but, I get the impression that most of us use a Monitor rather than a TV to work with. TVs are not designed to be used as Computer Monitors

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Image taken from Anandtech.
 

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A:video card and power supply

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The vid card you selected sounds like a decent choice.

Yes you will need a new powersupply (PSU). Your PSU has only 300w total and 19A on the 12v rail. Besides Bestec PSUs are garbage anyway.

Here are some suggestions.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16817104952
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16817103928
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16817194012
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A:Can my power supply run my new video card?

Hi, could you please post a little more detail.
Instead of saying graphics card, it would help if you said the actual graphics card.
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Chris
 

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A:New Power Supply & Video Card

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A:My video card's fan has power, but won't spin

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Mini Tower

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A:Power Supply for New Video Card

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hello, i was thinking on getting this video card.
i see how it requires a minimum wattage of 350, but ive heard from these forums that you usually need alot more.

so im wondering, will this be a good enough power supply for the card? ive had bad problems with power supplys and video cards so i just want to be completely sure everything will work fine.

thanks in advance

-Teh Delf
 

A:This Power supply enough for this video card?

It all depends on the quality of the PSU you go for, im no expert but it may not be enough amps on the rail. Im currently running a similar card (Gainward BLISS 7800GS which is 7800GT with an AGP bridge) on a 2 year old 360watt PSU and I have no problems.
 

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I am thinking about getting a new video card for my girl Video power - issues card friend s computer because it s the one i use most of the time For a while I was browsing through newegg looking at pro s and gt s etc when it all of a sudden it dawned on me that the power supply might not be sufficient enough for a card like those Her computer is an HP Pavilion n Video card - power issues and it has onboard graphics which Video card - power issues are pretty crappy So i took the Video card - power issues case apart and wrote down the power specs Here they are output - W max V - A V - A VSB - A V - A - V - A Note Vand V can t exceed W Now I m not really interested in buying a new power supply for her system because A I ve heard it s hard to upgrade HP Compaq power supplies because of proprietary problems and B it s not that big of a deal to me I d rather spend the money on something else if it gets to that So my question is whats the best video card that you all think will run on the system as is And would it be sufficiently better than the onboard video to spend the money Right now all I play on it is BF and I think one of the reasons Im so bad is because of bad frame rates At least that s my excuse for now here are the specs clearly this thing is pushed to the limit already power wise P GHz northwood or williamette not sure which one mb pc ram might be pc gb hd cdrw dvdrom Intel G Chipset Xp Home Also it only has a x agp slot Thanks in advance for any input BTW this forum is great I don t post much but I read through it almost every day nbsp

A:Video card - power issues

A 9600XT or a Geforce FX 5500 should work, they don't take external power. It really isn't that hard to put a PSU in an HP though. Pull the cdroms out, install the PSU, put the cdroms back in. Simple. I've done it.
 

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Hi folks,

After reading through this forum for a couple of days, I settled down and ordered a PNY FX 5500 PCI card for my cheap Dell 2400 (celeron 2.4 ghz 512 mb RAM). I figured the 5500 can't be any worse than the integrated chipset.

Anyway, I understand the minimum power requirement for the 5500 is 250 watts, and I believe that is what my computer has.

My question is this. Does "minimum requirements" mean the same thing with PSU's as with games? With games, the minimum requirement is just to get you chugging along at a crawl. I hope this isn't going to happen with a video card.

Also, if I decided to upgrade to a much higher wattage PSU, would that effect my electricity bill very much? :angel:

Any replies are appreciated.
 

A:Power Supply for Video Card

Hello! Welcome to TechSpot

No the power usage should be a negligible difference.
Unless you were to get a 1500 watt psu. (which I'm not sure exist)

The differences will be the video and stability of whole system.
Min. req. tends to mean," just enuff to get by on lowest settings."

There are lots of good PSU's around, high to mid range in price.
plus allow you to add additional cooling should want.

How many devices do you have?
cdrom's
hdd's etc.
G'Luck
 

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