DDR or SDRAM
In most cases, yes.
In most cases, yes
No the pin configuration is different from DDR2 to DDR1 or DDR400 to DDR667
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Your motherboard might be able to 'clock back' the DDR400 to DDR333. This means that the DDR400 ram will reduce it's clock speed to DDR333 to be compatible. Not all motherboards support this though.
It supports ddr (first generation - ddr1).
Yes for most practical purposes these are compatible (as long as these are same form factor). If you have a motherboard which supports DDR400. You can install any of the DDR266, DDR333, DDR400 modules. All these memories will work (at the speed of the slowest speed memory). - Neeraj Sharma
I think it can't. Asus Radeon 9200 SE(like my GigaBute one) supports only AGP v3.0. ECS's P4VXASD2 only 1.0 See Also: faqfarm
as a rule the fx 5200 runs with 2x 4x and 8x agp ports dependant on the manufactrer of the card. check the manufacturers website. I tried to lunch my computer with a geforce fx 5200 128 (i have a p4vxasd2 motherboard) that result no boot "black screen", i conclude the geforce fx5200 doesn't work with the p4vxasd2 motherboads. I tried to upgrade my bios but i have not find the upgrade file for this motherboard. if you have any solution for me please send it here, in this page thank you. Zoheir.
I'm sure it will, it will just run at 4X.
There is no singular driver for this (or any other, really) motherboard. Each device on the board (graphics, IDE controller, sound, etc...) has its own driver. In the "Related links" section below is the page for downloads of drivers for this motherboard on the ECS website.
NO pci-e only agp4x no 8x. you have an ecs board. http://www.motherboards.org/mobot/motherboards_d/ECS/P4VXASD/
DDR400 RAM contains better hardware and faster processing speeds. The DDR400 RAM is able to perform tasks at a significantly faster rate than normal RAMs.
2x 184-pin DDR DIMM socket support up to 2 GB Support DDR400/333/266 2.5V DDR SDRAM
Im afraid this is not possible. This motherboard takes DDR and / or SD ram, not DDR2.Both SD and DDR can not be used at the same time. IMHO DDR would be the better choice.Max allowed would be 2Gb (ddr 266 or ddr 200 buffered)Max allowed is 1Gb, unbuffered.Hope this helpsBe safe
DDR2,DDR3,DDR400,SDRAM and lots more DDR2,DDR3,DDR400,SDRAM and lots more
The motherboard is main part of CPU. All parts do connect with motherboard.
Yes, it should do, but only at 4X. The video card (and it's drivers) ought to recognise the AGP's speed and will operate accordingly.
Yes, but the card will only register at 4x AGP. You will not get the most out of the card with that mobo, but will still have great results.
Hi, I believe the GeForce FX5200 is a 128MB DDR video card and its compatible with an AGP 8x interface. Since I have the same motherboard, P4VXASD2, I know for a fact that this motherboard does not support the AGP 8x interface, and on the contrary, the FX5200 is a AGP 8x card and I am pretty sure it is not backwards compatible with AGP 4x which in fact is supported by your motherboard. If you are looking for a video card in the same/lower price range, I would recommend you to buy the ATI Radeon 9200/9200SE/9250 because they support upto a max. of 8x and they are also backwards compatible with the AGP 4x. I hope that answers your question.
Yes, you can in almost all cases. While it will always fit in, in very rares cases it may not work, either the system will fail to boot or there will be unexpected instability. This would be very rare however.
The MSI MS-7082 supports a maximum of 2 GB of RAM, using DDR400 modules in 2 slots (1 GB per slot).
False. Backplane systems do not use a true motherboard.