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Does the ecs motherboard p4vxasd2 v33 with a 4x agp support a Asus 9550 128mb radeon 8x agp card?

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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.

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yes. but it will only run at 4x. not 8x. oh yea. get an ATI Radeon. don't wast money on that geforce garbage.


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.


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.


It should work, however, performane is cut more than in half compared to a Motherboard with 8X Support. Froogle search "socket 478 8x" if you want to use the processor, but if the ram is PC133 replace it. Of course, if you are planning on piecemealing it and upgeadeing, just remember there are bottlenecks in the system (Ram) that will make it not look too steller. (Currently using a GeForce ti 4600 128MB in a P3 933 1GB ram System. Yea Doom 3 runs, but barely. Moved card into P4 2.8 512MB system and Doom 3 is pretty good)


The answer to your question is no. It can only hold a pixel shader 2.0. 3.0 Is too much for it. Hoping this is most helpful.


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Yes. You will need a supporting Motherboard and Drivers for it to run as intended.


It has RADEON XPRESS 200M 128MB Shared Information was found on Toshiba web site.


The Intel page should have a downloads/support section for drivers.


Yes, if you vram has shader 2.0 then it should play beautifully even though its very low I currently have ATI Radeon Xpress 200m and it works fine.


You don't count the pixel shaders. It's probably Pixel Shader 1.0 or nothing due to the horribly outdated graphics card you got.


i have run games like call of duty 2, splinter cell chaos theory, medal of honour etc with ATI 9200SE 128Mb


The minimum for each of the major manufacturers are:NVidia GeForce FX 5700 (LE not included)ATI Radeon 9600 (128MB and 256MB versions)Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 950 card.The recommended isNVIDIA 6800ATI Radeon X800My Lego Username is Nathan6342


Here's a couple of sites that should help you out: http://www.ati.com/products/radeon9200/radeon9200/specs.html http://www.ati.com/support/faq/agpchart.html http://www.motherboards.org/articles/tech-planations/920_4.html


2GB is 2048MB as such, 2GB is greater than 128MB.


Yes, it is Direct X 10 capable and is thus Aero capable.


128mb is pretty low, but if your ibook runs on mac OS 9, then it is not that bad.


Assuming you know the difference between binary and decimal: Binary: 1024K = 1MB 128MB * 1024KB = 131072KB (KB's in 128MB) 131072KB / 4 = 32768 (4KB's in 128MB) Decimal: 1000K = 1MB 128MB * 1000KB = 128000KB (KB's in 128MB) 128000KB / 4 = 32000 (KB's in 128MB) If you don't know the difference between binary and decimal, binary is exact values, decimal is the way things are marketed. (IE: A hard drive is marketed as 80GB when in reality you only get 78.125GB)


The 128mb memory is larger because RAM is a type of memory and obviously 128 is more than 64.


Definitely 32 GB. If you turn GB into MB, it would basically be 128MB Versus 3200MB.


It is exactly what it is - 128 MB of RAM.




you can put 2 128mb in dual channal mode, this theoretically doubles data throughput from the memory to the memory controller.


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