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Thus, I´m now wondering if it wouldn´t be wiser to replace my motherboard instead of buying a new video card? You could (if you're careful) possibly take off the heatsink/fan assembly and clean off the CPU to read it. my 3dmark 05 score went from 5109 (with 6400 C2D @2.4Ghz & 6800GT) to 11,546 (with C2D @ stock & 8800GTS). My understanding is you'll never be able to access more than 3.3Gig because the bios isn't capable of addressing / accessing it but 3.3 is still better than 2. http://hcsprogramming.com/video-card/video-card-for-multimedia-home-video-editing-and-authoring.php

Unfortunately it still results in a very limited number of motherboards that support that CPU. Everything works, but it is just weird and hopefully other CPU's (beside the tested Celeron D) will work well too. The brand and product names are trademarks of their respective companies. Namely, that Open GL 2.0 might still not work on my PC, because of the problem with my rather outdated motherboard - and then I still wouldn´t have gotten any closer

Posted by Adrian Stevens at 12:58 PM 2 comments: Labels: 775, asrock, core, dual, intel, motherboard, socket 775, vsta Welcome I decided to create this blog for the ASRock 775Dual-VSTA motherboard Apallohadas, Jun 11, 2007 Apallohadas, Jun 11, 2007 #33 Jun 11, 2007 #34 yevaud Gawd Messages: 972 Joined: Jun 24, 2004 Okay...let me preface this with saying I'm not a 3dmark I?m still using an NVIDIA GeForce 2 card that I bought in 2001. They exist.

  • But thanks a lot again for being a great help.
  • solved ASrock motherboard asking for 4 pin power connectors when I attached video card, don't know what to do!
  • Dan_D, Jun 11, 2007 Dan_D, Jun 11, 2007 #31 Jun 11, 2007 #32 practal Gawd Messages: 652 Joined: Jun 2, 2006 Good to see that you problems fixed.

It still lists just 5 ATI X300s, but obviously, I've been running just fine with my Geforce 8800GTS-640 (and my 7800GS before that) 13thmonkeyDec 14, 2007, 4:33 PM My 7900GTO and Might have to see if I can dig out some of my old posts on the subject sometime. I´d really appeciate any help I could get. Post some 3Dmark scores.

Please try with another (model) graphics card. You are talking about one of the most fundamental components in the system. Seriously, I know not everyone has $2000+ for a computer, but come on. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/video-card-for-asrock-motherboard-356092/ and hopefully get a mobo that supports peryn and C2D/C2Q.

Everything is fine. Get the answer paladin13Dec 14, 2007, 5:19 PM I can tell you what you must not buy.DO NOT BUY a 3850 or 3870They do not work with this board for some Lol, just poking fun with ya But I agree and you're completely correct. Can't find your answer ?

Please try with another (model) graphics card." Riiiiiiight. http://newwikipost.org/topic/Ac2WSRjvlUY1RwETd9eZbKrPgsM2F8J4/Video-Card-compatiability-for-ASRock-775Dual-VSTA.html It would mostly like be just PCI-Express 1.1. Hope BFC are paying you well. :-) Share this post Link to post Share on other sites umlaut Senior Member Members 1,450 posts Location: Gallows Hill, Aros Posted March 17, I grabbed a set of the 158.22's and went after it yesterday evening.

Thanks. get redirected here Here´s what I´ve got from CPU-Z: Mainboard: Model: 775Dual-VSTA 1.00 Chipset: VIA PT880 Pro, rev. 00 Southbridge: VIA VT8237A LPCIO: Winbond W83697HF BIOS: Brand: American Megatrends Inc. Running a very mild overclock to 3.1Ghz - I haven't bothered testing to see how far it'll go.Memory:I've installed 4gig of DDR2 memory (I have 2 - 2gig 800mhz sticks). So far I only have a little troubles with it, probably related to previous used bad behaviour: there is one pin on the CPU socket with added melted ball on it.

With 3rd party bios you can use 4G ram (2x2G), while last official bios give you only 2G top. Pong: the ball now passes back to VIA's court since the incompatibility is particular to that chipset. Glad to see some of the issues getting resolved on this though.Click to expand... navigate to this website You are plugging in the PCI-Express power plugs on the card, correct ?

Though the support for each bus is somewhat limited and not fully fledged. probably at 4X. No, create an account now.


loxety, Dec 18, 2006 loxety, Dec 18, 2006 #16 Dec 18, 2006 #17 Arcygenical Will Watercool for Crack Messages: 25,301 Joined: Jun 10, 2005 I'd think, with a fast CPU ala You may even find that the same cards from different manufacturers may or may not work with your motherboard. Yes you were expecting too much. I can´t afford to end up with another useless card.

Try a reinstall. solved I need a good video card and 8 or 16 GB ram that is compatible with this motherboard. This was on an Intel 915 chipset with a PCIe (supposedly point-to-point) video card. my review here But without that power connector it is dependent on what the slots provide for power and the PCI-Express 1.0/1.1 standard only provides 75W.

ASRock America Technical Support Email: [email protected] Nvidia has allowed X4 functionality on 8800 series cards with latest driver update. Because that's what my motherboard has? Ask a new question Read More Graphics Cards Compatibility Motherboards Graphics Product Related Resources solved Need a video card compatible with micro atx motherboard and without a 6 pin connector. However this specification PDF for the CBNX-G9824G lists a maximum of 75W.

yikes. The VIA PT880 Pro chipset passed PCI-express certification, according to their website HERE.Click to expand... They must have known about this for some time now since the 8800 series cards came out more than a couple of months ago saiku, Feb 15, 2007 saiku, Feb My bios version is 3.10.

What I mean is: Is main problem actually my motherboard? Devon68 and AlienIsGOD say thanks. If you keep your current CPU, then you're most likely you're going to need to get a 'used' motherboard. All ran without issue.I briefly tried a PCI (not PCI-e) FX5500 which worked great on its own but I had no luck getting it to run with the 9800 GTX installed.

Card now works on Asrock 775 Dual VSTA motherboard. Scratched head Installed XP on a different HD... Just if I understand the settings a bit... The PCI-Express bus only supports 'x4' channels/mode, so it is short a few channels.

This is a VIA chipset we are talking about. Find yourself a good mobo for $150. Processor: I7 6700K @ STOCK | Intel I7-920 Motherboard: Gigabyte Z170X-UD5 | Alienware MS-7543 X58 Cooling: Corsair A70 Push/Pull | Corsair H50 Memory: Crucial Ballistix DDR4 2400 MHz | Pereema 3x2GB With that version i've managed to install an GT440 video card - not specified in reccomended video cards from the mobo producer.