The PCI video card should work, but you may need to change a setting in your BIOS to recognize it. Enter "setup" when the computer starts, and look for a setting about video options. There is usually a setting indicating to seek an AGP or a PCI video card upon startup. NO! A pci video card will only fit into a pci slot in a motherboard. Likewise an agp will only fit into an agp slot. They are completely different. Both of these above answers are right and wrong. PCI and AGP are two totally different standards, but as long as you have an open PCI slot, you can use a PCI video card and opt not to use the AGP (Make sure to change appropriate options in your BIOS.) ==Answer == Yes you can use a PCI card where the slot is avaliable, but if your motherboard has a slot for AGP cards it is worth noting that the systemboard was designed with AGP in mind. It offers a system bus direct to the prossesor for faster unhindered communication.Running a PCI card on a AGP board may and probably will slow down your system performance.
normally the motherboard have 1 slot for video card.
nvidea geforce 5200 or higher
One could find and purchase a used NVIDEA video card at the following locations: Ebay, Newegg, Amazon, and many more. Each location has a great selection of used graphics cards.
An integrated video card is "integrated" into the motherboard. That means the motherboard has a video card built in. A "discrete" video card means that you have a separate video card, one that typically plugs in to one of the expansion slots.
There are more than 2 manufacturers but the main ones are ATI and Nvidea
No, you should be able to go into your settings and turn off the onboard video card.
What are the advantages to having a built in video card on your motherboard
It supports shader model 4.1
If i am not mistaken i believe the Video Card is run off of the North Bridge of the motherboard.
On your computer's motherboard.
The 82945G Express Chipset is not a graphics card, it is a motherboard chipset. Your motherboard may have an onboard video card, but this is not it. However, a motherboard which uses the 82945G chipset should be perfectly capable of supporting a video card which has pixel shader 1.1 & higher.
Yes, it works fine. I have the same motherboard and video card and it works flawlessly!
An integrated video card is located on the motherboard itself and cannot be replaced. You can add a graphics card to one of the motherboard's slots though. It will then take over and the onboard graphics will not be used. To avoid any conflicts, you should disable the onboard graphics when adding a dedicated graphics card.
yes, its what enables the video card to be attached to the motherboard if I understand your question right
You cannot replace the video card in a laptop,it is soldered to the motherboard.
no no really
Your Motherboard and Monitor
It's built into the motherboard.
No, We Can't.
Take a look at your system motherboard to see if it has an AGP or PCI Express card slot (it will be the topmost expansion slot on the motherboard--your monitor should be connected to the card currently sitting there). This will tell you which type of video card is available to you.
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.
You can disable the onboard video, and install a new video card into a pci slot. It should work fine. Good luck. but my PC doesnt turn on?
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I assume the video card has built in DDR2 memory... and the new computer you're getting runs DDR3. If this is the case, yes, the video card is completely separate from the system. There should be no problems. You can run a video card with DDR5 on a computer that has DDR2 with no problems, aswell.