I’m currently running the official latest release of this models BIOS, but there is another one over there released to people with problems with the motherboard. All specifications are subject to change without notice. Do you think that VIA does that on purpose so that people will buy S3 cards? I’m going to test the card this Friday. Also, since you’re planning on installing Windows 7, check and make sure there are drivers for windows 7 on the mobo maker’s site Vista drivers may or may not work. Check out the forum http:
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So I looked into it perhaps being the video memory, running on standard onboard, so I went out and researched cards.
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And all support up to 16 GB. Looks good, but you did notice its got onboard video right? I just updated my bios, but alas, no luck. So this should be ok for installing a new Graphics card. You can buy a mobo brand new, less than that.
Future Proof My PC. I went over to the support forum and it sounds like a compatibility issue with the video card and the onboard VIA.
PCB color and qsus software versions are subject to change without notice. Then its the card. Turns out, I need 1 single x16 slot on my motherboard for the card Which I have and a w psu and 1gb of ram. But yeah, thanks for your help.
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WHAT are you going to use it for? If it’s compatibility issues, then I hope Asus can help me aasus – seriously am not in the position to fork out cash for new mobo, cpu and ram. Because I don’t know if this is going to fix my video card problem, I don’t want to turn off my onboard, to find out I can’t turn it back on, and would it stop conflict between sse VIA chipset and ATI card?
There are other socket mobos around. I’m wondering if anyone might know what I’m doing wrong. A high Value score will let people know that this hardware is worth its cost. But still not enough.
I’ve just revised that motherboard a bit today, and it doesn’t actually have PCI-E 2. It’ll probably still work tho List item the first 2. Back to finding a motherboard.
Now the card itself says it requires a single x16 slot, which de mobo has, but it also says it supports PCI-E 2. I’m currently running the official latest release of this models BIOS, but there is another one over there released to people with problems with the motherboard.
Perform Performance score reflects how well you feel the hardware meets your expectations on performance. I just have to start researching Motherboards now.
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For the most part, my computer is optimum for web development, except when it comes to flash. Can I Run It. I’m going to test the card this Friday. Try and be conservative with your scoring and that a 10 should mean the hardware is perfect in all regards and everyone should consider buying it. The onboard video card isnt the prob, its the chipset that that mobo uses. Or not it probably wont fix the prob youre having That card you’ve got should be fine in any other socket mobo.
Depending on what kind of ram the mobo takes. Unless anyone knows of a mobo with PCI-E 2.