No, We Can't.
Yes, it is. Just make sure that your motherboard has a port that supports the video card you want to get.
Physical size of the memory card. Mobile sdram is smaller than sdram for desktops.
Of course, as long as the new motherboard supports it.
It supports ddr (first generation - ddr1).
YES. The type of memory on a graphics card has absolutely nothing to do with the type of memory being used by the CPU/motherboard. The only concern in compatibility is the type of expansion bus slot that the motherboard supports, and the type needed by the graphics card.
Graphics cards connect to the computer only through the connectors present on the motherboard so an external graphics card is unfortunately not an option. You can always switch your video card entirely, but be sure to check if the motherboard you have supports it.
Harddrives will work as long as the motherboard supports the interface. SATA requires SATA. IDE requires an IDE port. Ram may or may not, that depends on the motherboard and if it supports the speed of your ram. USB drives should be fine. I'm not sure of the use of a memory card for computers...
It is not possible to overclock your motherboard. However other components of your computer are overclockable. Such as your video card, processor and memory.
You could use a PCIe 16x video card if your motherboard supports it. The hard drive doesn't really matter when choosing your video card.
Yes you can use an ati video card in a sli motherboard, however you cannot put two ati graphics cards in that motherboard and run them in sli. As far as putting one in and just running it single your ok. You would need a motherboard that supports Crossfire to run two ati graphics cards together.
Get a new motherboard or a new graphics card.
normally the motherboard have 1 slot for video card.
SLI is not in the graphics card SLI is running two or more of the same graphics cards at the same time to increase the performance but you need a power supply and a motherboard that supports it
A graphics card can be a separate, add on, card but the functionality can also be built into the motherboard to save space.
Any AGP 4x Graphics card will work on this motherboard.
If i am not mistaken i believe the Video Card is run off of the North Bridge of the motherboard.
Locate the connector where the CRT plugs in. If it plugs in to a separate card, that's the graphics card. If it plugs in directly to the motherboard then the graphics card is integral to the motherboard.
The NLX form factor has a riser card on the edge of the motherboard.
location on the motherboard into which a controller card for a peripheral device is stored
Because Your Local Area Network Card is not supported by your motherboard or not secured is in place
The Graphics Card in the Fujitsu Lifebook a512 is not removable or upgradable. If you want to upgrade the Graphics Card, it isn't possible. If you have a faulty Graphics Card, then you will need to have the entire Motherboard replaced.
Read the owner's manual for your motherboard.
yes, if your motherboard supports crossfire and your graphics cards support eyefinity (at least 3 of your monitors will need to support display port, or you will need to purchase active adapters for them)
Every PC has to have either graphics embedded into the motherboard or either a a dedicated graphics card that fits into an expansion slot on the motherboard. You can buy a motherboard without graphics, but you would need to supply a graphics card to go with it.