hi guysi'm an engineering student and a graphic designer so i need a workstation to get my work done . actually i'm a huge fan of Apple Mac but buying Mac Pro will cost me more so i've decided to go with HP solution i gan get used HP Z600 or Z800 and customize them i've a question does any one of them support PCEi SSD or i've to go with Z620 ?http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/does-HP-Z600-or-Z800-Support-PCIe-SSD/td-p/5815710
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Here's the situation. I have this old mITX computer I built a few years ago that I'd like to hook up to Dad's big-screen TV so he can Skype from his living-room. Problem is, the computer is VGA only and his TV is HDMI only. The MoBo has just one PCI (not PCIe) slot with a maximum output of 75watts.
I tried a PCI video card with HDMI output, but the slot couldn't drive the card. Didn't even detect it.
I believe DVI uses less power (the cards are definitely cheaper), and I could just use a simple DVI-to-HDMI cable. A native HDMI port would be better. As long as it works, I don't care. But w/o an external power input, the card can't draw more than 75watts from the PCI slot.
Anyone know of a card that fits this very specific bill? Thx.
ADDENDUM: PC only has a tiny 300watt PSU.
Check this one out: Zotac GeForce GT 610
It is a PCI Card (non express) that has DVI / VGA / HDMI. It is also a Low Profile and requires a 300w power supply or higher. It looks like it should work with your situation.
One feature of Intel's chipsets that hasn't changed much over the past few years, even for the enthusiast X-series chips, is the amount and speed of the PCI Express lanes provided. Most chipsets, including the latest Z97 and X99 models,...
I was wondering when they were going to address this.
This was a major handicap on the Haswell E platform.
Just as 4K displays were becoming more affordable and widespread, it seems as though industry standards groups are preparing to up the stakes again. Apple's 5K iMac still isn't a high enough resolution for the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA),...
it is likely that we will see 8K TVs become more readily available before 8K computers do.Click to expand...
It is likely the only reason to have an 8K computer would be to use an 8K TV as the display.
Acer announced two new gaming-grade 27-inch monitors at the Consumer Electronics Show last month. The XB270HU garnered the most media attention thanks to its IPS panel and Nvidia G-Sync technology. What Acer neglected to mention at the time, however, was...
Those bezels are awesome! I wonder how much it'll go for though...
I just bought a Samsung 840 EVO 120GB SSD. Now I see that I have to enable AHCI for it to work properly, but I don't find anything that says AHCI on my motherboard! Will I never be able to use my SSD?
The motherboard's south bridge is ICH7. I know it has something to do with this problem, although I am not sure.
Thanks for help!!
Do you have anything labeled IDE? It is a channel mode that needs changing from IDE to AHCI.
Hello! I want to buy a Geforce Gtx 980 4GB gddr5 for my pc but I dont know if my motherboard can support it, how can I tell? my mother board is B85-G41 PC mate>, My procesor is i7 4770 3.40GHz. RAM is 16GB 1600MHz and PSU is 500W.
From the information you provided, yes the GeForce GTX 980 will work very well with your MSI B85-G41 motherboard. You may want to keep an eye on your PSU though. 500W is the minimum system power requirement (according to the Nvidia website) to run the GeFore GTX 980. If you Overclock the GPU, it may run into some issues with the draw power coming from the PSU, and could cause it to go into an overload.
I am thinking about purchasing this motherboard,
But I am not sure how to tell if a video card is compatible.
Here is the card I want,
I realize the PCIe 3.0 will fit to the motherboard, but I do not know if it will be compatible.
I do not understand the difference betweeen DDR3, DDR5 and GDDR5.
Thanks for help!
Yes, those two items will be compatible with each other.
DDR3 & DDR5 are VRAM types and GDDR5 is a motherboard RAM identification.
For the future, you can go >>here<< and all your parts to see if there will be any issues with compatibility.
But keep in mind that there can be other compatibility issues such as the graphics card being too long to fit in the case.
I have on my motherboard ( DFI LanPartyUT nF4 SLI-DR ) 2 PCIe x16 type sockets, meaning each x8 if SLI, one x16 and the other x2 if it's only one videocard inserted.
My problem is the chipset cooler which doesnt allow me to insert properly my videocard in the PCIe x16 socket (non-SLI). So I am wondering: what will happen (as performance) if I move the jumper for SLI, but using only the second socket which will have only x8 this way?
I have on my motherboard ( DFI LanPartyUT nF4 SLI-DR ) 2 PCIe x16 type sockets, meaning each x8 if SLI, one x16 and the other x2 if it's only one videocard inserted.
My problem is the chipset cooler which doesnt allow me to insert properly my videocard in the PCIe x16 socket (non-SLI). So I am wondering: what will happen (as performance) if I move the jumper for SLI, but using only the second socket which will have only x8 this way?
Thank you!Click to expand...
Makes no difference, you will not really see a performance difference between a 16x slot and an 8x slot. Most motherboard generally run cards when in dual mode (SLI/CFX) in 8x speed on both.
It will not matter unless you are running a Dual GPU card in an 8x slot.
I'm new to gaming and just starting to learn, but I could really use some help.
I have a Dell Studio 1558 with an Intel Core i3 CPU and a 64-bit operating system, and I'm wondering if it will support an nvidia gtx 770 graphics card.
I'm not really sure how to tell and most of the explanations I've found have been too technical for me at this point, so I would really appreciate help.
Can you tell us your complete specs and what wattage your PSU is?
I have these cards on a fast Dell T with GB RAM and they are FLAKEY They came with Wesson Active Adapters but the AMD guys said to get ACCELL so now I have ACCELL adapters At first monitors worked then then Since does not work at a contiguous desktop I - for No AMD AMD support 8 W7000 Dual from monitors have dropped one fro the matrix within Windows still have connected AMD tech support is a JOKE For MONTHS before the Holidays their phones many times said quot Can not connect to support at this time quot and this was in the advertised business hours for tech support A few times I did get through there were people there who had no idea what what going on had RCV and kept finger pointing to quot software on your machine quot And yet I have been running with NVIDIA or AMD cards on this machine for over a year with no problem I got the W for speed well that part is OK the four that work are fast But it would be nice if they all worked Duh Lat week for instance I had a talk with a AMD person named Dan who told me once he heard my story that there is a ligh level guy named Charlie Dual AMD W7000 for 8 monitors - No support from AMD who really really wants to work on my case but Charlie is busy now and will call me at AM Monday morning I was here at this morning and no call In fact after an hour I called AMD and the message was AMD tech support does not open until AM At I called and got some poor guy who barely knew up from down very polite though and made all kinds of excuses for Charlie like Charlie was not available Charlie works in another building I have never seen Charlie I can not get in tough to Charlie I can leave a message for Charlie but I can not tell you if or when he will call you Insane I feel so let down by this company Someone should report them to the FTC and whatever bases of information possible to stop people form getting bush whacked by this AMD quot company quot nbsp
Ok so if I am reading correctly this is the card you purchased correct?
Now then, you have two of these running in one machine im assuming X-Fired together so you can output on 8 displays. So the way im reading this (please correct my if im wrong) you have 8 display port adapters going to 8 different monitors (Display port to HDMI, DVI, or what?).
So here are my questions:
Which monitors have dropped off (Which card or both and which ports)?
Do you have the latest Catalyst for the Workstation cards running?
What version of windows are you running?
Here's a couple of quick things you can do to try and get all 8 working and ill see if I can't figure out the issue with you:
Try disabling eyefinity and running every monitor as an independent display.
Try rebuilding eyefinity in the control center and see if it detects all 8 monitors
One thing is that display port is designed to hold more than one monitor per port, im guessing you are using the DVI connectors since they came with it. My advice would be instead of using every port on each card, buy some of the dual display port adapters and use only the top card to run eyefinity, using 2 cards for multiple displays tends to run into issues at times especially when connecting such an extreme amount of monitors.
Hello I ve been thinking about changing be PC my Graphics to able would Card handle? Which (support) my Video Card to another better NVIDIA My current computer specs Computer HP PAVILION ELITE HPE NL Computer Name PavilionElite System Manufacturer Hewlett Packard BIOS Ver OS Version Microsoft Windows Ultimate bit Build Which Graphics Card would my PC (support) be able to handle? Processor Intel R Core TM i CPU GHz CPUs Intel Family Model Stepping Processor Count RAM Mb Will be extended to Mb Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce GTX Mb Power Supply W Hard Drives C Total - MB Free - MB D Total - MB Free - MB E Total - MB Free - MB Motherboard MSI IONA DirectX Version DirectX Antivirus McAfee All Access - Total Protection Updated amp Enabled Click here for more specs Which Nvidia Graphics Cards does my PC maximum support Could it support one of those -GeForce GTX TITAN -GeForce GTX TITAN Microsite -GeForce GTX -Series Microsite -GeForce GTX Ti new -GeForce GTX -GeForce GTX -GeForce GTX -GeForce GTX -GeForce GTX -GeForce GTX -GeForce GTX Ti -GeForce GTX -GeForce GTX Ti BOOST -GeForce GTX Ti -GeForce GTX -GeForce GTX Could you also be specific which ones would be the best for me to buy nbsp
Upgrading from a GTX 260, I'm not sure I would select a 660 or 760. Unless I was going for DirectX 11 capability. The 670 requires a 500W power supply and the 770 requires a 600W power supply. So while DirectX 11 would be an upgrade, if you are wanting a large performance increase, you will need a larger power supply than 460W. Judging by the dimensions of the GTX 260, I would say the longer graphics cards (11 inches) would physically fit. Speaking of the GTX 260, nVidia specifies a 500W is required. I know the specifications allow for headroom, so it is your call whether you want to risk a card that calls for 500W.
I am so close to having my new audio system established On the headphone side all I need to do is place my order However I ve run into Z for 32x, card Sound PCI-E? (Will PCIE SBX Sound Blaster Vista work?) a bit of a snag considering the sound card I was Sound card for Vista 32x, PCI-E? (Will Sound Blaster Z SBX PCIE work?) originally recommended the Sound Blaster Z to pair with my headphones Exact card here the one with the external microphone since I ll need it Unfortunately this sound card specifies Windows and as supported operating systems I asked if it would still work for Vista but the other forum headphone forum seemed to think that it wouldn t unfortunately I m not looking to upgrade my OS As horrible and clunky as it is I ve made it work for me IF it would work with Vista than just let me know and read no further If not I d love if I could get some recommendations for a comparable card I m looking for the best sound card possible given my physical and operational specs I have PCI-E slots x and x free and my OS is Windows Vista Ultimate x The card will support both gaming and music though I m more concerned with gaming than music at this point I m not looking to drop a bundle the SB-Z was a little on the expensive side but as high as or is acceptable Please let me know if you have any suggestions I m raring to place my orders haha nbsphttp://www.techspot.com/community/topics/sound-card-for-vista-32x-pci-e-will-sound-blaster-z-sbx-pcie-work.196149/
I am not a computer savvy and all I wanted to know what is PCI, PCle x16, PCle x1 slot. As, my mother board had came up with these facilities and I don't know what the use of this slots and how can they helpful for me. So need a detailed explanation over these structures.
Has my mother board has 1 x PCle x16 slot
1 x PCle x1 slot
2 x PCI slots
The PCIe x16 slot is for GPUs, it is the highest bandwidth of them all. I can explain more later, I am in a rush now.
4 month old Lenovo H430 running WIN 8, Intel I3 3.4ghz w/1 PCIe 2.0 slot. Upgraded to 8GB Corsair RAM, 550W Cooler Master PS, Nvidia GForce GTX 550 Ti. GPU worked fine for 2 months until I updated to latest drivers (as of 2/20/13). After driver update and reboot I get NO VIDEO. Disconnected power to GPU, switched back to integrated VGA, reboot and it works fine. Uninstalled everything Nvidia related. Used Driver Sweeper to make sure. Reinstalled GPU. Same results. Warranted GPU. Reinstall. Same results. Called Lenovo CS and decided PCIe was bad. Warranted MB. Installed GPU on NEW MB. Same results. Entered BIOS. Set integrated VGA to default. Connected power to GPU. Boot up and integrated video works. Attempt to install GPU drivers and it fails to recognize the GPU. Removed GPU, installed neighbors AMD GPU. Same results. This is obviously a software issue since 2 different MBs are failing to recognize anything in the PCIe slot. Please advise.
First few questions that pop into mind:
Updated chipset drivers?
Updated VGA drivers?
Test with your neighbor's PSU
I have H61M-ITX board with 1 x PCI Express 3.0 x16 slot (blue @ x16 mode)
I wan to install there PCI Express x 4 card:
I made clean Win XP SP3 install + all MB drivers on top. After I inserted pcie x4 card and boot up. Win XP didn't detect the card (though leds on card are blinking from periodically)
I then tied LAN adapter I have to check if all is fine with MB. I took this one:
same behaviour - system doesn't see it but if I plug eth cable then leds on lan card blink.
please tell me what is wrong I do? I checked bios for anything related to PCIe and found nothing.
Have you tried updating your Intel chipset drivers? They can be found at Intel.com in the download center. They would have updates for the PCIe drivers and other assorted H61 chipset features.
I am thinkin of buying http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/INTEL-D41...aptopMotherboards_CPUs_CA&hash=item35c160f826
and I need to know if it will support my processor which is a core 2 duo E6550 and my G card which is a NVIDIA GT220 (old I know but does its job for what I need) and DDR 2 ram cards.
The board seems to be a P4 board. - IntelŪ Desktop Board - DQ963GS
However there does seem to be support for Core2 processros with BIOS updates. - Found 36 Compatible Processor(s) for Board "DQ965GF"
That's what it says on the motherboard of my Dell Optiplex 755. I picked up a VisionTek Radeon 4350 512mb card to put in my Dell. I get a blank screen, even after disabling the on board device in Device Manager. I've tried all the ports, DVI, HDMI, and VGA, no video on any during boot-up.
I had a similar problem with a PNY GeForce 9500GT, but that at least had some type of video. I'm thinking I may not have enough power to the PCIe 2.0 x16 slot. I have an older GX 620 that has a Saphire Radeon 4650 that work fine, and that's an older machine.
You possibly need a different power supply. I know the Geforce 9500 gt requires 400watt power supply.
My monitor lately im seeing that its kinda losing its power its going dull + another wierd thing when I turn off the screen because im away studying usualy for a few moments I get that screen all kind of coulors like buncha strips and the monitor starts outputting strange sound from it which fade after a few seconds what could this be?Note monitor has been used for over 5 years now I belive could the screen be Dieng.
Sound like it is time for a new monitor
I have a dell sc 440 server with a PCIe x8, PCIe x4, PCIe x1, and PCI slot but NO PCIe x16 slot.
Some say PCIe x8, and PCIe x4 are only for RAID and SCSI drives and will not even recognize a video card. I just need a card that is capable of 3D graphics, HD resolution and Direct X 9.0. Does one exist that will fit in any of these slots? I have searched and am totally confused what the truth is here.
I know of someone that actually cut the PCB of a graphics card from x16 down to x1. They did this because they only had a x1 card slot and needed the cards processing capability without needing a lot of bandwidth.
PCIe x16 has pinouts to sense the presence of x1, x4, x8 and x16 functionality.
PCIe x8 has pinouts to sense the presence of x1, x4, and x8 functionality.
PCIe x4 has pinouts to sense the presence of x1, and x4, functionality.
Do you see a pattern? Basically if the card fits the slot, it should work. Some slots are even open on the end allowing for x16 cards to fit in lower bandwidth slots. Some slots are even long enough for x16 cards but only pinned for x8 functionality.
When connecting in Crossfire and SLI, some motherboards will drop the graphics cards from x16 functionality down to x8 functionality.
After looking at these thoughts; I see no reason why you couldn't get any graphics card to work, if you are willing to do a little modification.
Hi all. I was just wondering if anybody knows is ATI support 3D vision yet? i have 2x6950's and an acer GD245HQ 3D Ready Monitor.
If your asking whether the monitor is "AMD approved" -then (unless their site is out of date - not beyond the realms of possibility) then it doesn't show up as supported hardware.
As for driver support, it might be best to check out some of the reviews
yes, but the better question is can your PSU handle the GPU? What size/model PSU do you have? Also see if the GPU will fit into your case because its long.
Here is the screen I'm using RIGHT NOW: http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/ca/e...4302-215012-215012-3770740-5034316.html?dnr=1
Here is the graphics card I'm looking at getting: http://www.ebay.com/itm/EVGA-NVIDIA...CS%2BUFI%2BIIUM&otn=2&pmod=370586074809&ps=54
Will my monitor boost up to that res. or even 1920x1200 with this GPU?
Well, as you know, the native resolution is 1920 X 1080. All the other details as to maximum should be on the HP site. What you list is for HP Canada. Pay close attention to contrast ratios as well.
The video card goes to 2040 X 1536, but I would never depend on a used graphics card to do what you want at those resolutions.
Short answer: should work, but I would want to see it in the details on the HP site.
I am looking to upgrade my video card to one of these cards:
My main concern is if my current setup (See specs below) has enough resources/power to run the card.
Motherboard: ASUS M3A AMD AM2 Quad core CPU support
CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000 Dual Core
PSU: MPT-401G 400w
Memory: (2x) Kingston 1Gb 240-Pin DDr2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (2 Gb)
Video card: ATI Radeon X1550 256Mb
400 watts is cutting it close but should be okay. Is your x1550 an AGP card or PCI express?
I am looking for a soundcard that is within 100 dollars/euro, I currently own a 2.1 speaker set Logitech Z-2300 and I am looking for a soundcard that will bring me even better sound but isn't all too expensive and does not have to have unneeded functions such as support for 5.1/7.1 when I'm most likely not going to upgrade to in the near future due to spacing-problems.
I currently have an onboard Realtek HD Audio inside.
I have read mixed reviews, some say keep my onboard and others say buy a PCIe one, so not really sure what to do.
Thanks a lot!
I don t pretend to know much about CPUs doesn't M3A78 asus support II 965? Phenom Why x4 mb or motherboards so thought I d ask you guys I currently have a Asus M A Motherboard and didn t want to have to upgrade it for a new processor So i found out that the Phenom II X s are AM backwards compatible and began my search for the processor I wanted After reading about the AMD Phenom II X Black Edition I decided it was the processor I wanted with the right price tag for me but to my dismay despite the M Why doesn't asus M3A78 mb support Phenom II x4 965? A page saying it Supports nm Phenom II X Processors Why doesn't asus M3A78 mb support Phenom II x4 965? the does not appear on the cpu supported list on the asus webpage I called but wasn t given any real reason i think the guy just read what I had and saw it missing from the support list TL DR So I was wondering Why doesn't asus M3A78 mb support Phenom II x4 965? just why the Phenom II x BE isn t supported by the Asus M A motherboard Thanks in Advance nbsp
I took a quick look at the CPU list on the web and the Phenom II X4 965 seems to be supported. Nope I was wrong. It's not supported. I looked up the ASUS M3A78 EM which does support that CPU.
Just a quick note for anyone interested in using (or is already using) SSD's in RAID 0. It seems that TRIM support for RAID 0 will be implemented in Intel's RST 11.5 driver.
[Source: Storage Review]
According to PCI-SIG chairman Al Yanes, who S/A spoke with on the 14th, the new PCIE spec is already in the works...Do those people ever sleep???:rolleyes:
Yo! And PCI-E 3.0 hasn't even become implemented yet. No rest for the weary builder... :dead:
I've a Dell Dimension e310, which I've previously upgraded memory to 2GB. Has two HD's(not sure if that means it's dual-core??). My integrated video/audio isn't enough for using audio production software nor for my need to work with dual-monitors. I've acquired another PC that's got a NVIDIA Geforce 6200 TurboCache, using a PCIe x 16. My question...is this card gonna' work? I've tried finding out whether my PCI slots support it, can't figure it out. I've gotten the info that my system does have one PCIexpress, but don't know what this "x16" thingy means for me?
Hi, according to this Cnet Review the Dell Dimension e310 has no possibility to upgrade the graphics card.
The bad: FireWire ports aren't standard; system lacks graphics-card expansion slot.Click to expand...
At the bottom a user has commented:
Cons: No PCI-e x16 slot for a killer video card -- BUT -- I didn't make sure it had one when I ordered it, so I got just what I paid for , which is a PCI-e X1 slot. That PCI-e X1 slot is now holding an excellent ASUS Xonar D2X Audio Card.Click to expand...
Does anyone have any experience dealing with ASUS customer support? I've got a P8P67 LE that won't post (it's also got the faulty 3GB SATA Intel bug and is eligible for the recall.)
Problem is, I can't get ahold of ASUS at all. I've filled out their online form for the recall using the mobo serial number, but when I try to look up the status on their status page it tells me my serial number/email is invalid. I can't register again because i'm already in the system. So I filled out a customer service request 10 days ago and haven't heard back. When I call I've been transferred around, disconnected and left messages that haven't been returned.
Anyone have any advice on how to get ahold of them? I've got a dead board, eligible for recall, and it's still under warranty.
I have a GeForeve 9800GT from a friend and I would like to know if it will be compatible with my MSI 785GM-E51 motherboard.
Thanks in advance
I have a Dell Dimension 3000 computer. Currently I am running off windows XP OS, i have 2 GB RAM (bought from dell), an intel pentium 4 processor 3 ghz, 2.99ghz, Im not sure what my power supply is, im have a graphics controller integrated into the motherboard. I have a mechanical hard drive.
Now I'm fairly new at this but am familiar with the hardware and working of the computer. I just wanna know if i could change the motherboard to one with PCIe slots to handle a video card capable of playing Shogun 2 or other total war games. All my other parts are up to the standards but it seems this is the only problem. What type of motherboard could i use to integrate these other parts. Would it be possible? What would it affect? Would i need to change any software(I shouldnt)? Any help would be great.
Can you provide me with the Dell Service Tag please.
Its possible a new motherboard will require the purchase of a new case and CPU cooler as well.
Personally, your computer spec's are old by todays standards, and as such I would upgrade the whole computer.
Even a budget computer is going to have considerably more processing power, faster memory and better graphics performance.
So I m looking into the MSI P A-GD B motherboard for a new build I was looking at the specs and it says it supports DDR at MHz but that it would need to be OC d to get up to either the MHz speeds Basically I m wondering if it s worth it to OC for the speed and how exactly to do it Here are the specs of the build I m looking at Mobo MSI P A-GD B LGA Intel P SATA Gb s USB ATX Intel CPU Intel Core i - K Sandy Bridge GHz LGA W PSU OCZ ModXStream Pro W Modular High Performance PS Graphics MSI R Cyclone PE Radeon HD GB -bit GDDR PCI Express x HD HITACHI Deskstar TB RPM SATA Gb s quot So the main questions are a is it worth 1600MHz memory and P67A-GD65 support mobo it to go for the speed memory over the b what do I need to mess with to get the memory running at the full nbsphttp://www.techspot.com/community/topics/p67a-gd65-mobo-and-1600mhz-memory-support.167044/
Doing some research to finally set a home wireless network. I have an original PS3 and am trying to determine if there are any wireless N adapters that are compatible. Have seen contradictory reports on the web so Im curious if anyone here has this up and running or can make a specific recommendation.
You can set up a wireless network using ANY wireless capable device. PC's, Notebooks, PDA's and PS3's. The methods are the same
i want to try and crossfire two ati radeon 5770 cards on a MOBO the has one PCIe 2.0 and one PCIe 1.0 will both cards default to 1.0
You might need to be more specific.
I don't think I've heard of a motherboard that natively takes a 2.0 spec lane (500MB/sec upload/dl per lane) and splits it to 1.0 (250MB/sec upload/dl per lane) - that is usually the function of an onboard bridge chip (or lane extender) such as Nvidia's NF200.
Now, taking your comments at face value -although if you could post the motherboard vendor/model it would certainly help- then it is likely that the PCI-E lanes would be 1.0 spec.
The bright side is that, the HD5770 doesn't use enough bandwidth to make any difference whether the lanes are 1.0 or 2.0 (or 3.0 -soon to be added), unless the slot is labelled PCIe x16 but is actually x4 electrical (or lower).
My amd processor x2 5200 i got some problem so i gave to amd for RMA they replaced new Amd processor. Thing is they gave AMD Athlon X2 250. But my mother board Asus M2N-MX PLUs
I just connected tested... no display @ monitor.
Does my mother board will support AMD Athlon X2 250. ???????
The AMD Athlon II X2 250 is not supported by your motherboard according to Asus' website.
hello im planning to buy HDZ955FBGMBOX link http://aio.lv/lv/pc-components/cpu_2/cpu-phen2-x4-955-sam3-box_125w-3200-hdz955fbgmbox-amd/ and i have motherboard asus m4a78 link http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=8DgaI5WgY50udcbZ it show support ALL if HDZ955(but last letters is not the same) will it support my mb couse i dont have pcb 1.02G i see that HDX955... is by pcb version 1.02G
I didn't see the Phenom II X4 955 listed in the CPU Support list for the M4A78 on the ASUS website. Might be a good idea to contact ASUS support just to be sure one way or the other.
I believe I am talking about quot fake quot raid here To the point I am building a file server using FreeNAS with a PC thats over a few years old I d say around - years RAID best PCIe, option? PCI and cards, wanting to set up a RAID function with this I ve learned after a bit of reading that there are such things as fake raid where the processor actually handle where the data goes and this is fine as these RAID cards, PCI and PCIe, best option? also seem to be much cheaper I m using a bit older mobo can post model later upon request that has SATA ports for RAID or I am considering getting a card to support up to HDDs Here are options I ve been looking at Syba PCI Express SATA II x Ports RAID Controller Card SY-PEX Adaptec RAID SA - Storage controller RAID - Channel - SATA- low profile - MBps - RAID JBOD - PCI Express x SYBA SY-PCI PCI Low Profile SATA II Gb s Controller Card Adaptec -R SA PCI Express X -Port SATA GBS Low-profile Host RAID Controller Now I realize Amazon com doesnt give good descriptions Also is there a RAID function build into FreeNAS I cannot seem to get window shares to work with that so I still need to work that out using nbsp
Here are options I've been looking at.
Syba PCI Express SATA II 4 x Ports RAID Controller Card SY-PEX40008
Adaptec RAID 1430SA - Storage controller (RAID) - 4 Channel - SATA-300 low profile - 300 MBps - RAID 0, 1, 10, JBOD - PCI Express x4
SYBA SY-PCI40026 PCI Low Profile SATA II (3.0Gb/s) Controller Card
Adaptec 2240900-R 1430SA PCI Express X4 4-Port SATA 3GBS Low-profile Host RAID ControllerClick to expand...
Adaptec has been the leader for decades and using the CARD avoids the 'fake-raid' software implementation. One big advantage is the card completes the operation without the assistance of the CPU.
Once you opt for the raid-controller card, you (imo) really ought to go with
SCSI attached devices which give you hotplug support and dynamic raid recovery.[x]
Be carefull: Even Microsoft does not recommend attempting to boot from a Raid.
Raid is a server function to avoid a single point of failure, and even with Raid-1 or Raid-10, you still need a backup system.
[x]The NAS Raid-x is frequently SCSI internally for these reasons
Plan to order from newegg, can you guys help me pick one out.
This is my MB btw
I m new to TS so be nice I recently installed wow and at first when i tried starting it up it said your d accelerator isn t working So i asked one of my friends for help he said you don t have a graphics card So i installed this with with dual me Help tmu support card video new choosing a graphics card my friend had just to see if it would help and when i tried starting wow up again it said your video card doesn t support wow plz install one with dual tmu support I also checked out the WOW website for info and it had a list of cards it doesnt support and mine was among them Im not really sure which one i Help me with choosing a new video card with dual tmu support need or which one fits my computer if anyone can suggest a video card that would solve my problem plz help let me know if im missing any info you need to choose a card THX alot sorry for making it so long but wanted to describe as much as possible Operating System Windows Ultimate -bit Build win gdr - Language English Regional Setting English System Manufacturer Gateway System Model MIDWAY BIOS BIOS Date Ver Processor Intel R Pentium R CPU GHz CPUs GHz Memory MB RAM Available OS Memory MB RAM Page File MB used MB available Windows Dir C Windows DirectX Version DirectX DX Setup Parameters Not found Help me with choosing a new video card with dual tmu support User DPI Setting Using System DPI System DPI Setting DPI percent DWM DPI Scaling Disabled DxDiag Version bit Unicode Gateway E Series nbsp
Is this a small form factor or a regular width case? It appears that you need an AGP compatible card but the form factor of the case will make a difference in the card you can get. Also, you might need to upgrade the power supply to match the graphics card but that depends on which card you get.
Hello to you and how do you do?
I appreciate these forums and would like a lttle help with a sound issue if you can.
Thanks in advance, I had Bobbye help me out a few weeks ago with a virus on my wifes laptop.
Motherboard: Gateway RS780
Graphics: AIT Radeon HD 3200 Graphics
RAM: 4 Gig
CPU: AMD Phenom X4 9100e
CPU Speed:1.8 Ghz
Power Supply: Liteon PS-6301-08A
Watts: [email protected]
I have this Gateway box that I've had in storage for about 6 months. I brought it out and want to connect it to my HD tv.
It used to be connected to a 22" samsung monitor through a Nvidea Geforce 9500 GT card in the PCI Express Slot.
I connected to my TV by HDMI via the onboard ATI graphics.
I removed the Geforce card and uninstalled the nvidea drivers.
Now I'm having trouble with audio, don't have any, can you help?
The card has hdmi out? Look if the card has an audio in place on it, you probably need to run a line from your sound card/onboard sound to the video card. Alternatively you could run a line out of your sound card to your tv - although tv's I'm familiar with only have audio in with a VGA or DVI connection, not hdmi (which typically carries audio on its own).
I have a Targa computer for repair which was giving no signal to the screen from the Pciex card, if I connected to the onboard adapter everything worked fine.
I replaced the card with a new one but the new card is not recognised by the pc and no signal to the screen, I tried a third card but the same applies. If I connected the monitor and booted up with either card in it would boot into windows but the new card is not detected.
I am beginning to think that the PCIex slot has failed which means a new mobo, the mobo is an ASUS IPN73-BA.
Do you thonk that the slot has failed or should I look at something else before I condemn the mobo.
Can I make this video card work with a Dell 745 MiniTower? Not a gaming PC, three screen support is essential.
AMD lists 500W as the minimum wattage for this card. Could you suggest a PSU upgrade to make this work?
chasis dimensions -
Height 41.4 cm (16.3 inches)
Width 18.5 cm (7.3 inches)
Depth 43.8 cm (17.3 inches)
Weight 12.34 kg (27.2 lb)
Volume 33 Liters
Temperature Operating 10° to 35°C (50° to 95°F)
Putting the card in a mini-tower PC may be tricky... I have a Mid-Tower case and the hard drive bay is movable, to accommodate the "long" video cards. Get the video cards measurements and apply them to the inside case, where the PCI-e card slots are. Keep in mind that you will need to take up 2 card slots for 1 video card. If the mini-tower case has a standard ATX power supply any good brand (Antec, Corsair) 500 watt or better power supply will work
So im planning on a new E6700 Will E6700 new support the my mobo cpu upgrade Im not a fan of Will my E6700 mobo support the new E6700 updating Will my E6700 mobo support the new E6700 all for the best I m more likely a FSX player and a bang for the buck guy anyways here is the deal I have a gaming rig and a casual pc my casual pc is getting a bit older and i believe its time to make a little change in the CPU I currently have the E which i bought about years ago running on my PC CHIPS P G v It s been a very nice mobo no problem at all and running I ve looked on several sites about compatibles CPUs and every website i get into Including the PCHIPS one agree in that the E is compatible with my mobo That is the Conroe procesor since there is a new cpu with smaller mn design and a ghz clock speed It really came to my head that if my Mobo is compatible with the old E Conroe should it be compatible with the new E Wolfdale If you need any more pc specs PLEASE ask me I will surelly answer everything Thanks for your interest P S I m new poster in this forum nbsp
More than likely not. Most board that were born it the 65nm process era, will not support the newer 45nm CPU. In many cases, newer boards intended for 45nm CPUs are backwards compatible with the older chips, but I know that doesn't help you.
The E6700 (Pent) is a very new offering. It usually won't even run in boards that accept the E6300 & E6500 "Pentium Dual Core", (the new 45nm CPUs), without a BIOS update.
Here's the CPU support page for your board, and no's the answer; http://www.pcchips.com.tw/PCCWebSit...x?detailid=386&CategoryID=1&MenuID=69&LanID=2
the board's CPU compatibility doesn't even extend to the E6x20 series of C2D. These were the 1333 FSB models.
Hello I recently acquired a Drobo and as we know firewire PCIe Firewire install issues is indeed faster than USB Problem my computer doesn t Firewire PCIe install issues have a firewire B Firewire port So I bought a PCIE firewire card My first problem came when I realized my computer doesn t have a pin floppy power supply as the card needed I then purchased probably should have done more research at this point a pin floppy converter to pin Molex and a SATA to pin Molex converter My thinking was that I could plug the SATA converter into one of my extra two SATA cables Firewire PCIe install issues the Molex cable into that then that into the card And it should work But it isn t My computer doesn t recognize it whatsoever as being there The cables and card are secure checked twice so it isn t that My computer did however recognize that the SATA power was powering something just not the card I m thinking I probably should have looked for a port PCIE converter to something instead of using my SATA power Or maybe I just missed something Any help would be appreciated thanks And if you hadn t noticed I m kinda just picking this up as I go along which may very well be the reason I purchased the wrong cables converters nbsp
I installed new drivers and it seems my computer recognizes it. I plugged in an ipod through the firewire 400 port and it did charge the ipod.
however, the drobo still isn't recognized, and I am not sure why
Hey i just joined this site it seems like you guys clearly know what your support? 3D TMU card w/ accelerator dual talking about so 3D accelerator card w/ dual TMU support? i was hoping that maybe sum out there can help me with my problem you see i have just installed WOW and it keeps coming up saying that my D accelerator card is not supported by World Of Warcraft Please install a D accelerator card with dual-TMU support System information Operating System Windows XP Professional Build Service Processor Intel R Pentium R CPU GHz Memory MB RAM DirectX Version DirectX c DX Setup Parameters Not found DxDiag Version bit Unicode Display Devices --------------- Card name NVIDIA RIVA TNT Model Model Pro Manufacturer NVIDIA Chip type RIVA TNT Model Model Pro DAC 3D accelerator card w/ dual TMU support? type Integrated RAMDAC Device Key Enum PCI VEN DE amp DEV D amp SUBSYS amp REV Display Memory MB Current Mode x bit Hz Monitor Plug and Play Monitor Monitor Max Res Driver Name nv disp dll Driver Version English DDI Version Driver Attributes Final Retail Driver Date Size bytes WHQL Logo d No WHQL Date Stamp None VDD n a Mini VDD nv mini sys Mini VDD Date bytes Device Identifier D B E E- D- CF-F F- A B C CB Vendor ID x DE Device ID x D SubSys ID x Revision ID x Revision ID x Video Accel ModeMPEG A ModeMPEG B ModeMPEG C ModeMPEG D Deinterlace Caps n a Registry OK DDraw Status Enabled D D Status Enabled AGP Status Enabled nbsp
That card is not supported by the game. You may be able to add a better card to your system but given the systems age I'm not sure you'd want to put any money into it.
I bought the new Sapphire HD FleX edition that FleX supposed support HD 5770 to displays three is supposed to do monitors out of the box Eyefinity made easy they say I have my monitors setup in the correct sequence but my right monitor HD 5770 FleX supposed to support three displays is always in DISPLAY PORT mode and can go no bigger than x It is NOT a display port LCD My left uses the supplied HDMI to DVI adapter my middle uses the DL-DVI port and the right uses the SL-DVI port I tried moving them around and all that happens is either my middle becomse x mode display port again and the left just does not show anything if HD 5770 FleX supposed to support three displays it s in the SL-DVI port Anybody have any ideas as to why this is happening Out of the box for me means OUT OF THE BOX I have lost hrs to this card and have come out no further ahead or any closer to eyefinity out of the box Here is a link to the actual card if it helps http www sapphiretech com presentation product leg amp psn amp pid nbsp
see if this helps you, setting up eyefinity can be a bit confusing. let us know, if you would, how it works with a single 5770.
Simple question really;
I'm about to purchase a BTX-chassi and a BTX-motherboard. The motherboard has a regular PCIe x16-slot.
I do also have a graphics card with the PCIe x16 interface, from my old ATX-chassi.
Can I simply pop the card in the PCIe-slot, or does the BTX-structure require something else like an inverted card specifically made for the BTX?
i'm pretty sure it works all the same, with the slot being the same distance from the chassis itself as with an ATX.
Greetings! to all techie out there,
I just bought a new ATI Radeon HD 5670 1 GB GDDR5 and installed it on ASROCK ConRoe1333-D667 R1.0 motherboard but it has no display (The GPU Fan is working).
I already configured the BIOS option "Primary Graphics Adapter = PCI Express" but still has no display.
When I tried to install it on Dell Dimension 5150 - Pentium 4 motherboard it works. Whats the problem? Power Supply? x 16 PCI-e version (2 or 1. x ?). According to wiki, almost all 2.0 PCIe graphics card are backward compatible to 1.x
400 Watts PSU (ordinary PSU that comes with the CPU case)
1.6 Ghz dual Core processor
2 GB of RAM ( 2 x 1 GB)
250 GB - 7200 rpm HDD SEAGATE
1 CPU case fan attached
Did you have a graphics card on this ASRock board prior to the HD 5670? If yes, then you must uninstall all the previous display drivers before putting in the new card. It's also recommended to uninstall any onboard video drivers which you may have.
does I5 Supports Win XP?
Ofcourse. Why won't it?
I plan to upgrade my video card from geforce 9500GT to geforece GTS250.. my mother board model is gigabyte GA-M61PME-S2P..
Powersupply? Just making sure...
I just purchased a Dell Inspiron 570 which has integrated ATI 4200 Graphics and does have one PCIe 16x expansion slot. I emailed Dell Support to find out what "flavor" this slot is, ie. will it take a 2.0 and/or 2.1 PCIe card. The response was that it is GEN2 and will accept a 2.0 card..........did NOT mention 2.1 though. Most of the cards that I am looking at are 2.1 cards..........does someone here know IF I would be asking for problems buying a 2.1 PCIe card to install in that slot that Dell tells me will accept 2.0???
The cards are backward compatible to the older spec.
I got new monitor with maximum resolition of 1920x1080. My computer doesn't support this one. My computer options from high to low are 1600x1200, 1280x1024,.... but not 1920x1080.
What do I need to do?
Try installing the driver for the monitor if there is one. You may also want to verify that your video card supports that resolution.
I built this system in March and windoze vista home Ubuntu/Linux Motherboard with support premium This Motherboard with Ubuntu/Linux support particular edition of vista was a nightmare from day one and I eventually found a work-a-round to get Ubuntu installed NO Linux support from the MB manufacturer days after getting it to a dual boot system vista stopped recognizing the mouse and keyboard So I have a MOBO that doesn t like Ubuntu and is a nightmare to try to fond workarounds for Here is what I have to work with XFX nForce a SLI Motherboard - NVIDIA a Motherboard with Ubuntu/Linux support SLI Socket AM AM ATX Audio Video HDMI DVI PCI Express Gigabit LAN S PDIF USB eSATA RAID AMD Phenom Processor HD WCGDBOX - GHz x KB Cache MHz MT s FSB Agena Quad-Core Retail Socket AM Processor with Fan Kingston PC MHz GB DDR Desktop Memory - x MB Motherboard with Ubuntu/Linux support Pin OCZ SLI-Ready Dual Channel MB PC DDR MHz Memory x MB XFX GeForce GSO Fatal ty Edition Video Card - MB DDR PCI Express Dual Link DVI SLI Ready Seagate GB Serial ATA HD MB SATA- G And the full sized ATX tower w watt PS Which Motherboards would be the best to work with that HAS Linux SUPPORT Thanks for all the help over the years guys I truly do appreciate it Drew nbsp
Is there a specific component on that motherboard that you're having problems with? I can't imagine that the motherboard is not "compatible" with linux - in fact, I've found threads with people using Ubuntu with that mobo. I also find it odd that you'd have a Windows Vista issue with that mobo since most of the users I see online who use it are running Vista or 7 64-bit. Perhaps you have a faulty motherboard and it's not a problem with the model itself.
Hey techspot forums,
I am not sure if this is a problem, but aren't the Asus P5N-D motherboards' PCIE x16 slots supposed to run at 5000 MHz, rather then 2500? Mine runs at a stock 2500 MHz, and can be overclocked to 3000 which is the max.
I have read somewhere that since the slots are PCIE 2.0 it doubles from 2500 to 5000. But I have checked in GPUz and both slots are at PCIE x16 2.0.
Nvidia System tools report that the slot runs at 3000 max, once i have adjusted the base FSB from 100 to 120. So could the multiplier not be working properly for the PCIE bus?
no... PCIe 2.0 slots are x16 speeds, which is 2500mhz. why are you looking to overclock the slots? those boards are unstable enough as is...
Does anyone know if this board supports large HDD. 320 GB, 500 GB etc.? Thanks fish4specs
Update to the latest BIOS and it definitely will support hard disks of any capacity
Well I have a 3 year old pc with intel 82915g/gv/910gl chipset
if I install windows 7 , will my chipset work
I have drivers just for xp, I searched for even vista driver, but I didnt found them.
They will be on the website of the manufacturer... or with help from their tech support site.
Generally the chipset will work... but others can be a frustration.
Chipset upgrades, if needed, are found on the Intel website... It is a struggle to find where.
What is your brand, model, and configuration.
No IPv support on new Belkin routers per Belkin tech support Subject Support for IPv on the Play Max Wireless Router Does the Play Max Wireless Router support IPv on the WAN side LAN side or both Thank you in advance Discussion Thread Response Santosh B C AM Hi Thank you for contacting Belkin Technical Support Thank you for taking the time to write to us We understand that you want to configure the router with IP V Ip address We are sorry to state that Belkin router can only be configured for Internet protocol TCP IP version Thank you Should you have any further questions please take a moment to review our Knowledge Base at belkin com support or let us know Please ensure that in order to reply to this email or access any attachments you must follow the link shown above and click update at the bottom of the email to be able to respond Do not reply as we will not receive your email Santosh B C Technical Support Agent Belkin Technical Support Customer C M AM nbsp
Well time to look at the Cisco Linksys E3000 instead. As that's where I headed for. Why over the Easter Weekend I was helping my brother-in-law setup his free Cisco Linksys 802.1n from Cox Communcations. He and I have Cox both have the same plan. But I didn't see what the fact that his wireless 802.11n downloads was very quick. Even though be both have Power Boost, his E2000 is quicker than Belkin N+. Wow! An on the Gizmo site online there is a short review on E3000 in 802.11n mode and it's quick. There is EnGenius ESR9850 that's suppose to be showing 700mbps on LAN to WAN and WAN to LAN on wired connections where P2P is showing 19,721 max connections instead of the norm 200 max simulations connections. As 802.11n is over 100mbps too.This is 10/100/1000mbps the NPU is all-in-one SOC meaning the wireless chipset is integrated into the chip. NPU speed is 384MHz and the onboard RAM is 32MB. Online this wireless 802.11n router is only $49 to $59 on some sites. Belkin N+ V2 uses this setup, but looks like some other companies have spiked up the firmware or hardware to get max connections speeds.
After two years of owning first Belkin N+ it has served me very well. But like all PCB wireless routers they tend to degrade and start acting up after heavy duty usage like I have place this router though. Plus these newer routers seem to have full speed ahead not like 2008, 2009 where they seem to be half speed. 2010 wireless routers not all but those I've mentions are set to the max instead of mid-way! Gig connection is suppose to be 600-700mbps not 100-200mbps.
Here's my mobo info:
Here you go: http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d102ggc2/sb/CS-026580.htm
There have been many comments and bad uninformed advice given out as of late about Motherboards that have one or more PCIE slots running at A 'mere X8, or X4 for that matter. a lot of you are being told that PCIE running at x8 and x4 are useless and with degrade performance by 50% and 75% respectively. this is not at all the case. check out these scaling benches using the two biggest GPU's out there.
That is very interesting. I wonder how the results would change with a much slower card though, like mine for example. I assume they would pretty much level out, which is good news for me. I have been thinking about cutting off all but the x1 connectors on my GPU once I upgrade it, so I will be able to have both installed, and power 3 monitors without any fancy adapters.
Yeap, apparently there was an update for trim support with RAID 0, 1, and 10 (not 5).
Now, this is really interesting news to me, as I want to buy a couple of SSDs for my new build, and put in RAID 0.
Now, this update is apparently only for Intel Rapid Storage Technology. Reading around, I can't figure out of this would include the P55 chipset.
Can anyone answer this?
Any Intel I/O controller hub that supports RAID from ICH7R onwards (so from 945P chipset), including the P55 family (which has an integrated Platform Controller Hub).
For any other thread viewers interested:
Driver here http://downloadcenter.intel.com/detail_desc.aspx?agr=N&ProductID=&DwnldID=15251
All drives in the array must of course support TRIM
Definitely a step in the right direction !
So I'm looking at a new motherboard. It will be using an intel core i5-750 processor. I also have a gtx 260. I found a motherboard on newegg that has Crossfire support. Does that mean it will also support SLI? Here is the link.
Any help would be appreciated. Also if it isnt suggestions for a 100-200 dollar mobo with SLI support would be appreciated but It needs to run the core i5-750 as well.
I've been wondering the same thing myself. I have an MSI mobo which I know supports Crossfire, but my video card is Nvidia.
Asus P6X58D Premium
I heard the gigabytes UD3R's usb 3.0 get cancelled when using crossfire or sli? Does Asus Premium does the same?
thank you for your answers, would help me alot
Explain in detail if you can please..
I heard the gigabytes UD3R's usb 3.0 get cancelled when using crossfire or sli?Click to expand...
That does not seem very probable. What's the source of this information?
Both ASUS and Gigabyte are great brands. Just get the board that comes in cheaper as long as they have the same feature set.
only read the tittle
Here's an idea. Check Thermaltake's product specification page.
Are you attempting to win the title of "Most threads started that could be answered by a simple Google search" ?
Sony Optiarc Black X DVD R X DVD RW X DVD R DL X DVD-R X DVD-RW X CD-R X CD-RW MB Cache SATA DVD Burner with LightScribe LightScribe Support - OEM Antec probably support and build this actual gen games games? of 100% next Can Three Hundred Illusion Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - Retail SAMSUNG Spinpoint F HD HJ GB RPM MB Cache SATA Gb s quot Internal Hard Drive -Bare Drive ASUS VH T-P Black quot ms Widescreen Full HD p LCD Monitor cd m ASCR Built-in Speakers - Retail GIGABYTE GA- TA-UD AM AMD SATA Gb s USB ATX AMD Motherboard - Retail SAPPHIRE L Radeon HD Juniper XT GB -bit GDDR PCI Express x HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card - Retail RAIDMAX HYBRID RX- SS W ATX V V EPS V SLI Ready CrossFire Ready Modular Modular LED Power Supply - Retail G SKILL Can this build support 100% of actual games and probably next gen games? GB x GB -Pin DDR SDRAM DDR PC Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory Model F - CL D- GBNT - Retail AMD Phenom II X Black Edition Deneb GHz x KB L Cache MB L Cache Socket AM W Quad-Core Processor - Retail ARCTIC COOLING Freezer Pro mm CPU Cooler - Retail nbsp
All these items are worth:
$995 shipped ($1000)
I'm going to buy a GTX8800 for my pc, but before that I will need to upgrade my PSU because it has only 250W ( i-cute china brand ), it definetly not sufficient to run GTX 8800. I have found this PSU on ebay
cgi.ebay. co. uk /NEW-650-w-SATA-PC-PSU-POWER-SUPPLY-SILENT-120mm-FAN_W0QQitemZ140332178693QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_Computing_PowerSupplies_EH?hash=item20ac731d05
I'm not sure does it fit for my new video card or not.
Experts please help me !!
You're better off getting a branded PSU from Corsair, OCZ, etc. I doubt that one from eBay will actually output 650W...
Also is the 8800 GTX even in production any more? Even if it is you're better off spending your money on a Radeon 5750 or something, which would probably cost about the same.
I ran the windows 7 upgrade advisor on my computer and it indicated that my current graphics adapter won't support the windows aero.is there an upgrade for this I have a geforce 8500gt 512mb card with v.191.07 drivers installed?who do I get the updates from nvidia or microsoft?
If you are running a Windows XP 64 bit, you must get Windows 7 64 bit. 32 bit Windows XP needs 32 bit Windows 7. Don't worry about the geforce 8500gt now. Install Windows 7 and the required video driver updates will take care of the issue
I have a small 750VA UPS which i use to safely shut down computer.The backup is about 5-8 minutes.We are having power shortage and thinking of battery backup but not much cash for inverters.My question is that do my UPS support those large battery(cars and bigger one like 120amp etc,don't have knowledge sorry).How much amp of battery do my UPS support?I calculated my computers' power consumption and it's around 230watt(with 9800GT,not sure)+36Watt monitor.So can i only get battery or my UPS too weak and need inverter?
As long as it is 12V DC you can use any battery you want. There are a few things online about using a car battery for the battery backup. You may want to use a 'deep cycle' marine battery (although I don't know the availability of marine batteries in Nepal). There are probably other 'deep cycle' batteries other than marine.. Anyway, unless it is in a pretty well ventilated place you'll want to avoid unsealed batteries, which include most car batteries, because of hydrogen gas buildup (and perhaps H2S).
Depending on the battery you may (probably will) lose the ability to correctly monitor how much life you have left in the battery when running the electronics.
Not my problem, but one I have noticed many, many times lately on these pages. So many people report 'unable to boot from install CD' or DVD, despite having the boot order correct. Can some experienced repair technician throw light on what is going on - are CD/DVD devices becoming quite quickly unable to support booting?
And what may be the cause? Is there some change in recent motherboards, is XP/Vista/Win7 sending out updates which interfere with motherboard drivers? Do devices simply fail quite quicky these days? .... or what?
Here's what the issues have been:
Written disc (copied) that is not being picked up by the standard laptop CD/DVD Drive (normal I find)
Faulty CD/DVD Drive, that can read in Windows, but cannot boot BootCDs (common I find)
Users not selecting either "press any key to boot from CD" or not selecting the Fn key that changes to CD boot (not exactly Bios config)
Scratched or dirty discs (and CD/DVD Drives)
Incorrect jumper setting (or cabling) on older ATA (IDE Connected) CD/DVD Drives
There may be a whole range of others (and a comprehensive list) listed on other sites of possible issues
BUT: When the computer was bought (brand new) it booted from the CD/DVD Drive (even new and old computers)
Therefore something (as above) has changed since, ie its not MS updates or firmware drivers, or anything like that. Although I agree that parts don't last as long as they did in the past, ie most 486 computers still work, ironically
I have a Shuttle SN78SH7 with the latest SN78S10Y BIOS. I had been using a wired USB KB, which works fine. I recently switched to a wireless KB, but it does not work during POST or the grub2 menu. It works fine though once the OS boots up.
I understand I should try enabling "Legacy USB support" in the BIOS, but I can't find that in the menu. Can someone point me to the right setting?
You need to keep Legacy USB support turned off and use a USB to PS2 keyboard adapter
heya guys, I'm half way through building my new system I currently have the Asrock M3A790GXH/128M motherboard and i am looking to buy the Athlon II quad core 620 as I can get it pretty cheap.
My question is on the asrock site it says "Support for Socket AM3 processors: AMD Phenom? II X4 / X3 (except 920 / 940) and Athlon II X4 / X3 / X2 processors"
However in the cpu support list it says that it does support it?
Can any one clear this up for me?
The asrock K10nSLI board says it does not support the athlon 620 on its current bios, however this is not true.
Any help would be greatly appreciated :slurp:
Just solved my own problem haha, feel pretty stupid for asking now it says phenom not athlon!
The Athlon II X4 620 should work fine on that ASRock.
We are a rafting company that sells our photos on cd. Currently we have been simply burning to the one on-board burner. This creates down time while each disk burns. Each burn is a unique project and not a duplicate. Can I hook up 5 external burners to a well equipped PC and burn 5 unique projects at the same time? If it is possible what should the PC be equipped with in terms on memory, processor and anything else? Thanks for the help.
I have a Adaptec 1205sa sata host controller. I added a 2 tb hitachi to my system but the host controller does not recognize it. Adaptec has not bothered to update drivers since '03. I found this thread techspot.com/vb/topic27250.html that deals mainly with vista support for the 1205. The last post states once updated 1tb support will be added. However i am unsure as to what i need to dl from silicon image. Can someone explain with easy step by step instructions how to update the drivers/bios for the 1205 using the updates on Silicon Image's site? Thanks..
I bought it from best buy 84 bucks. About to install soon, feedback later.
ouch.... nice card though.
which is the company that works best after sales support for desktops
i change my laptop.......
Well I Dunno What you mean About Sales Thing or Whatever because I'm only 14 And Spend Money At My Will But I have An HP And I love it Because I Screw Around With My Computer Alot And The Recovery Disks Save My life Tons Of Times. And You Can get the Best deals With It I have A BlueRay Burner And 512MB Graphics Card WithHDMi port And Tons Of Car Readers And A TV Tuner 4Gb Of ram And 750GB Of Room So i think I Got A Pretty Good deal For $1000
I understand there's a forum, run by Asus, where you can ask questions directly to the developers. This is NOT the usual user's forum.
Anybody know anything about that?
I guess no one knows about such a site
Has any forum member encountered a quot stop all activity quot order from Financial Services when trying to submit a change of ownership form I purchased a relatively new Dell XPS M from a storage unit Change Dell Customer Support/Ownership auction and while trying to assume ownership online a D-Tech took me all the way to the point of removing the Master P W then announced a problem w Financial Services Using a landline I contacted them only Dell Customer Support/Ownership Change to have Finance transfer me straight back to Support which said they were transfering me back to Finance who said they would transfer me to T Support at which point I hung up Any Clues out there I have noticed user hpgl posting bios master p w and submit the following info in hope theres a chance I too could be helped Thankx to all forum users and especially posters who dare to break the bond big industry thinks they have on the personal computers who purchase their products Dell XPS M Duo gb hdd service TBZ G express nbsp
Surely someone has encountered this situation w/ Dell Financial. As big as they are and as many of us that there are,the chances are atleast 50-50. So I'll ask in a diff'rent way:
Anyone care to share their tips, numbers and or experiences sufferred from DELL with respect to master p/w requests, change of ownership requests and generally any info we as a group may find usefull ? Like,for example,the pertinent info from a live support chat (number codes ) not the entire chat but the meat of the request..
anyway just an attempt to get my post number up and maybe get the info to do it myself. My selfishness shall end with this: I've shorted 6 systems with 100% success and will post my photos and results.
Dell XPS M1530
Hello guys, i'm having a bit of trouble with my Sound Blaster Xfi Fatal1ty titanium, the issue is as follows:
There's a huge heat sink that prevents the card fitting properly into the single pcie x1 slot on my board, so what i rly would like to know is if it is possible to have it working on a pcie x4, risk free ofc. I've done a few searches on this forum and i've read it is possible but i rly want to be sure before doing anything. Another doubt i have is if i need to make any changes on my bios cuz i'm not sure if pcie x1 and pcie x4 slots work on the same power specs.
Thx to all in advance
If the card performs in a PCIe x4 slot, it should be ok... I don't think you will damage anything
i have a gigabyte nforece3 250 mobo NVIDIA chipet. Is Patriot Memory DDR3 Viper Series 2GB 1333 compatible?
Nope. It doesn't even support DDR2. Only DDR RAM will work.
I recently installed a pcie esata card to my quad core dell running Vista home premium. I had a WD mybook home connected via esata. It worked immediately after install. It worked for a week or two and now if I reboot and the card is in I get an error message: AHCI bios is not installed..this appears right after Dell splash screen. cannot enter bios from splash screen. If I remove the card windows boots normally.
I really enjoyed my esata external drive..
any ideas how to fix?
Bump plz help
I have MSI K8N 939 Main Board, it has PCIe slot X16, but when i start my PC, and after the ram test it says ( on the black screen ):
PCIE VGA Link: X1
is there a problem with the connection between the main board and the video card ?
I've just swaped the video card to the other PCIe slot in the main board and now it display X16 when starting up the PC.
"is there a problem with the connection between the main board and the video card?"...
You tell us... If you have no problems with the video, don't worry about the indication
Hey there, I've recently gotten more and more into gaming, and as it gets more serious the demands for less lag has gotten to be more!
So here's the eMachine. I got it from a friend and he put a huge video card, a new power supply, and lots of RAM into it.
Anyway here's the link: http://www.e4me.com/products/products.html?prod=T3642
and here's the CPU I want to put inside of it: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819103210
I know the sockets match and everything, but I read something about how my motherboard has to support Dual-Core Processors
(Btw here is my current processor: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819103868 )
Bump, I'd really like some insight here =/
I have searched the forums for this problem and I have found a few threads talking about no video being displayed from the PCIe and having to resort to onboard graphics.
My problem is almost identical except for one detail. When I have something plugged into my PCIe slot my comp won't boot and it just "ticks" at me. The "ticks" sound like memory check ticks you normaly hear at boot but they dont stop and it never tries to boot. Any ideas?
Windows Vista 32 bit
AMD Athlon 64 processor 3599+ 2.20 ghz
4 gig dual channel RAM
Geforce 8600 GT
what about your power supply,the recommended power supply is a minimum requirement of 350w and 22 Amps.
does anyone know if there is an optimum power setting for the pcie 2.0 slots? I have 3x HD 4830 (i found out are really 4850's) but i think the max power draw is the same on both, anyway my pcie slots are defaulted to provide 25w and the rest comes via the 6 pin power connector. is there a optimum setting for the power provided from the pcie bus? or does it not make a difference? ** the pcie slots can be set from 0w - 255w**.
The PCI-E slots provide 75W each and not 25W, assuming we are talking about PCI-E 2.0 slots here. So an x8 PCI-E 2.0 slot is equivalent to a PCI-E 1.1 x16 slot, and thus has the same electrical characteristics. The maximum power draw for a 2.0 x16 slot is 150W.
And no, there is no optimum setting AFAIK.
error message says I need a shaper model 2. Here is my computer details:
Intel(R) 82845G/GL/GE/PE/GV Graphics Controller [Display adapter]
Samsung 570V TFT [Monitor] (14.9"vis, s/n H1CR305247, March 2001)
SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio
Main Circuit Board b
Board: Dell Computer Corporation Dimension 4500S
Bus Clock: 400 megahertz
BIOS: Dell Computer Corporation A03 07/25/2002
Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 3
Realtek RTL8139 Family PCI Fast Ethernet NIC
Not sure what else you would need to see. Please let me know if this is enough to know what type of video card I need to buy.
You will need to install a good video card. The Intel(R) 82845G/GL/GE/PE/GV Graphics Controller is on-board video, and it is not strong enough to allow you to play most games
How to test PCIe slots I had a brand new video card installed and working Configured it and started using it to see what it was capable of as far as D applications slots? How test PCIe to After about an hour the card was destroyed LEDs and fan still worked but my PC could no longer detect the card in the slot I tried to force it to detect checked BIOS tried the second PCIe slot on same board but the vid card was already defective by then Fortunately I was able to exchange the vid card for a new one I also upgraded my PSU as someone suggested that the How to test PCIe slots? PSU might have been caused the How to test PCIe slots? damage to the vid card Now before I just throw in the new vid card and PSU I want to cover all of my bases as I won t be able to get another free exchange if this vid card also gets fried So I ve been doing some researching and I d feel a lot more comfortable if I could somehow test verify whether the PCIe slots on my mainboard are functioning as they should be So can anyone recommend some simple PCIe slot test that I can perform at home with minimal tooling Perhaps there are some software tools for monitoring voltages currents or maybe I can find a cheap voltmeter around here Equipment is difficult for me to find here but the local technicians are very lowly skilled knowledgeable and careless about handling and ESD Any suggestions Thanks nbsp
your problem was probably a voltage spike from a bad psu if your switching it out you should be fine there aren't any PCI-e tests that i know of unless you have an old crappy card you dont want to test in the slot.
When I do something that runs at 640x480, I get an "Out of Range" message that says: 29.4KHz / 60Hz. I assume it's resolution / refresh rate. The only way I have managed to use 640x480 is by installing a new driver for the video card, but when I turn off the computer it happens again. Monitor: LG Flatron L1918S. Can I force 640x480?
Go to start>run>type regedit
settings tab> click advanced> and then under the adapter tab, click list all modes. Should give the option after that
Edit: I just re-read your question and don't think this will work. I was thinking that your desktop didn't give you the option to select 640X480
I'm planning to buy the following mother board;
What I need is a confirmation that all of the following parts will work with it.
Any help on the matter would be greatly appreciated.
They will work, however, I suggest a power supply of 500+ Watts, the 430 may not be sufficient.
I want to know that whether XFX 9600GT Graphics Card(PV-T96G-YMFF) which is PCI-E 2.0 card, will fit in my mainborad(Intel Original DG35EC Motherboard) whose PCI-E version is 1.1. Is this PCI-E 2.0 card is backward compatible with PCI-E 1.1 slot of my mainboard ? If yes, what settings I have to do during installation for this backward compatibility?
Should I connect PCI-E six pin power supply to the card when using it in PCI-E 1.1 Slot? Is this power connection to the card used only when fitting the card in PCI-E 2.0 Slot and not when fitting in PCI-E 1.1 slot?
The power connector is a requirement, and you should have no issues with the compatibility.
Hi, I'm either gonna get a duelcore 2.5ghz or quadcore 1.8ghz pc soon with 6gb and 4gb memory soon and I'm wondering what kind of card i should get to go with it for around 0-100 bucks.
This card is in your budget with a 10 dollar mail in rebate.