More details would be required to answer this I'm afraid. Ie the model number of the motherboard. From here, we can be of more use to you.
Yes. Asrock 939Dual. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/asrock-939dual,1120.html
nividia 5700 Le 128. I have the same set up and player nfsu2 just fine
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.
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.
You might want to check out reddit.com/r/buildapc or reddit.com/r/buildapcforme. they are generally really helpful and smart!
Get a new motherboard or a new graphics card.
Pixel shader technology is part of your video card and its drivers. Unless your motherboard has integrated video, it has nothing to do with pixel shader. If your asrock motherboard has integrated video, find out what kind of integrated video it has & post a new question with that info.
Read the owner's manual for your motherboard.
No. The "graphics card" in a PlayStation 3 is integrated into the motherboard.
If it can fit in the motherboard, yes.
No because the card is built into the motherboard
A graphics card plugs into your computer, integrated means the graphics chip is ready installed on the motherboard.
A graphics card can be a separate, add on, card but the functionality can also be built into the motherboard to save space.
Only if you have an integrated graphics card that is built into your motherboard can it take advantage of your ram.
If you have an external graphics card, it will be located in the agp slot on your motherboard. If you open the case on your computer, you should be able to see it. The agp slot is often at the top of and of a different colour to the PCI slots. Cards which are mounted on the motherboard are called onboard graphics cards and are a different matter. Consult your motherboard manual for layout and for where the onboard graphics card should be.
it depends, all mobos should be compatible with ur graphics card but definitely if the grafix card is integrated in to the mobo lol
NO...... As vista has a feature of having its own drivers so as soon as the re-installation of vista is done, it'll have the drivers for motherboard and the graphics card.
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.
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.
hi there, any agp 8x graphics card will work in this motherboard.hope this helpsbe safe
No you cannot :(. The PlayStation 3 has a intergrated GPU(graphics card) which is solderd onto the motherboard, and there are no slots for a graphics upgrade unlike a computer which can be upgraded.
If you have an onboard graphics card it wont have it..so you find it on normal graphics card that are not on the motherboard..any graphics card can support vertex shader so buy one