Yes it will but the video card will run at PCI express 1.0 speed.
no. only on a pcie slot. buy a mainboard with such
Yes, it will work perfectly
Yes, an 8x AGP card will work in an AGP Pro slot.
No. They are totally different on an electrical, physical, and protocol level. Attempting to insert a PCI-E card into an AGP slot, or vice versa, will likely damage both the motherboard and the card.
No, completely differenet type of slot.
You may manage to insert it into the slot, but the card will not work, and both the card and the motherboard may suffer damage.
NO. If you have a pci-x slot, probably it is a server, and you want to upgrade your graphics card, you can buy a PCI card and plug it into your PCI-X slot. It should work probably.
I believe so. I am researching that atm. I found that if you have an older sli mobo, and you use only one pcie video card, then the mobo might just turn off the 2nd pcie slot. But say you have onboard video and you need to use the 1 pcie slot for like a controller card, or NIC. I have a server with a pcie x16 slot. I am about to put a x1 sata controller in there. So wish me luck!
It depends on the card. If the card is keyed for only 1.5v operation, the card will not fit and will not work in a 1x slot. If the card is keyed to both 1.5v and 3.3v operation, it should work.
The slot which the video card needs to work. The slot is usually either an AGP slot (which is currently outdated), or the more recent PCI-E slot, which all new graphics cards nowadays use.
Yes the 8X AGP slot is Backwards compatible with the 4X AGP Card
If the video card(s) in question has/have a power slot on them (might be a 4 or 6 pin slot) they MUST have power. Reason being, the power going to the video card power key components for the video card which without, will not work at all.
it will work in pci express 1.0 slot
PCI Express 2.0 is used by new generation of video cards (some difference in power and I guess system instructions). PCI Express video card can work with PCI Express 2.0 port. But PCI Express 2.0 card cannot work in PCI Express port.
Yes, However it just won't work at full speed.
it wont work with out the right one
The short answer is no. The computer you're mentioning is a laptop. The card you mention is a desktop video card. There is no expansion slot for the laptop you mention for a video card like the one you asked about.Now there *are* some laptops that do have the ability to replace and/or upgrade your video card. The Toshiba you mentioned is not one of them. It's video card is built right into the logic board itself.
A PCI Express x16 graphics card must go in a x16 PCI Express slot. An x16 slot is much bigger that x1 slot. PCI Express x16 graphics card can be installed into x1, x4 or x8 PCI-E slot phisically only if that slot is opened on the side, opposite to where the VGA monitor connector(s) is(are) on the card. This way, the graphics card will be forced to use the maximum speed, the PCI_E slot can provide - x1, x4 or x8. However - this is dependent on the ability of the graphics card to reduce it's speed according to the slot's speed and the ability of the MotherBoard to support such card. Example: ATI x1550 PCI-E VGA card is tested on system Dell Optiplex GX 520, which has only PCI-E x1 slot. Result is that the VGA card starts Windows XP Pro in Safe Mode, but is not able to run at normal boot.
A PCIe x16 graphics card will not work in a normal PCI slot. PCIe or PCI Express is a new standard in expansion interfaces. PCIe is physically and electronically incompatible with PCI slots.
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?
Yes. The video on the memory card is not dependent on the the system memory. As long as you have an expansion slot for the new card to go in, it will work.
No it won't work!