I'm sure it will, it will just run at 4X.
NO pci-e only agp4x no 8x. you have an ecs board. http://www.motherboards.org/mobot/motherboards_d/ECS/P4VXASD/
Sound Cards , Vga Cards , Internt Cards
this is entirely dependent on what connections the motherboard has available
Connect the cards to the motherboard and use the jumper which came with the motherboard to connect the 2 cards together ,and there you go!
it is used to connect expansion cards to the Motherboard
It is the Accelerated Graphics Port on a motherboard for attaching graphics cards.
You can't. They do not come on cards; they are integrated into a motherboard.
Expansion cardsExpansion cards
No, the motherboard is the large circuit board that the CPU, Memory, and the expansion cards plug into.
What are the advantages to having a built in video card on your motherboard
Yes RAM that is used on the computer is integrated within the motherboard itself. RAM is needed to run every application on a computer or web Browser so every motherboard has a set amount of RAM that is integrated within it when it is built. You can increase the amount of RAM for your computer by putting in RAM cards in rectangular expansion slots that are on the motherboard itself.
Yes they are... The motherboard is a large, square circuit board, containing lots of sockets. Expansion cards are rectangular circuit boards that slot into the sockets on the motherboard.
The device driver used to enhanced the function of the device that are supported by motherboard. Especially the video cards or graphics cards, sound cards and LAN cards. It help the motherboard to read and allows the drivers to properly function. The device driver are the files or data that help the motherboard to process all the the devices like input and output devices.
Every single thing on your computer attaches to the motherboard. Most directly attack to the motherboard, some go through expansion cards t\which are in turn connected to the motherboard.
There are a number of things that make the personal computer tick. The main piece of hardware in a PC would have to be the motherboard, or main board. The motherboard is where all expansion cards (video cards, network cards, sound cards, R.A.M.) get plugged in, also hard drives connect to the motherboard, as do DVD ROMS and disk drives. The motherboard also houses the processor, or CPU (central processing unit) The power supply or PSU also gets connected to the motherboard, the motherboard then distributes power to all the components of the system.
An integrated motherboard is one which has some of the "cards" built-in, such as NIC (Network Interface Card) and VGA (display).
The amount of cards needed to make a 20 story house of cards will vary depending on how big the diameter is. Hundreds of cards are probably needed.
Its called a motherboard because of its capability to extend its capabilities with the addition of "daughterboards" or add on cards.see: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_is_a_motherboard_called_a_motherboard_and_not_a_fatherboard_Why_mother