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I want to change my motherboard, which motherboard that is suitable for gaming and affordable

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Mother board of BTX form factor, amd athalon processor. with agp slot, and with greater size of graphic card and ram..

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Does INTEL D915GLVG Motherboard supports Graphics/Video Card? OR Can I add Graphics/Video Card to INTEL D915GLVG Motherboard? - Kindly suggest me.


gaming is limited by the os that you have
gaming is limited by the speed of the cpu ( intel chip)you may even be limited by the graphic card that you can use in the mother board slot
when faced with all of these decisions and obvious lack of knowledge of what works best, find your self a computer repair shop and talk about upgrading to what you want
you say that cost is no object but to get what you want it will be a new mother board and fast chip ( probably a duel core or quad core) and a suitable graphic card for gaming
you can build a computer up from parts off the shelf and the cost will be around 1/2 the price of a computer from a retail shop and you will get exactly what you want

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Can Intel DG41TY Motherboard Suppotrs PCI-- Exress 2.0 Video Cards???


This motherboard has 4 expansion slots and these are -
1. PCI Conventional bus add-in card connector
2. PCI Conventional bus add-in card connector
3. PCI Express x1 connector (this is a short connector)
4. PCI Express x16 connector (this is a long connector)
Use this information and ask the supplier for suitable video cards.
You need to also tell them what video applications you are using eg. games that require high end video cards. These video games also recommend types of video cards suitable for these games.

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Does not support play the games


IF *********** BOARD NOT SUPPORT PLAY THE GAME

THAT MEANS YOU HAVE NOT INSTALLED VIDEO DRIVER AND DIRET-X9

IF YOU HAVE NO SUITABLE VIDEO DRIVE

RIGHT CLICK ON MY COMPUTER

MANAGE AND GO TO DEVICE MANAGER

HERE ARE SHOW YOUR GRAPHIC CARD WHOSE DRIVER ARE NOT INSTALLED

RIGHT CLICK ON DEVICE GO TO PROPERTY

COPY DEVICE ID

TO USE http://devid.info site download suitable driver

after install video driver download diret-x and install your PC

enjoy your new gaming pc

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Do I need to upgrade my board to play games like bfbc2....If so which board is affordable thanks


yes it is necessary. there are many boards available for sale. you can contact your local computer dealers are the best ones for you because as a matter of fact, it depends on the game you choose to play. different games work better on different boards.
hope this answered your question? please rate

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Which graphics card is best suitable for ASUS P5LD2-VM Motherboard


Not too shabby, looks like it will support PCI Express based cards since most these days are PCIe and PCI, so its personal preferance and what you can afford. But since its a Intel based board (according to reviews) nVidia is a logical solution, but ATi will still work fine

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Which is the suitable graphics card for my motherboard?


We should know what kind of computer you have, and what chipset is on the motherboard.
What are you planning to do with the card installed. Play games? What kind of card is suggested by a game? (if it is to be used for gamming).
More information would help.

Sep 08, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Vedio card


Nvidia card
PCI-E (express)
For example:

Depends on what you want to do? do you play games? or just browse the internet? If you dont play any games or use any 3d programs, you will do fine with a cheap card nvidia 8400 for example


If you play games
8600GT or 9600GT OR NEWER.

Take one you can afford.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Order=BESTMATCH&Description=nvidia+pcie

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Buy laptop in range of Rs.54,000


You're okay but visit http://www.hp.com to compare systems. You can afford a recent and up-to-date system.

Please don't forget to rate this solution Fixya!

Mar 20, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Games


first u know vga of *********** board is built in
so it take memeory from ur main ram so umust have atleast 1 g ram
2nd your vga driver is intel so with games which need good vga card will not work
so my advice u need to buy vga card to play good
i think geforce 9600 1g is suitable for games as example undercover prostreet fifa 2009

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