Here are the specs for my computer.
HD 1T|WD 7K 64M SATAIII WD1002FAEX
MEM 4Gx2|KST KHX1600C9D3K2/8GX RT
PSU TT | W0070RUC 430W RTL
VGA GIGABYTE|GV-N450OC-1GI RT
MB ASUS M4A78T-E AM3 790GX/SB750 RT
CPU AMD|PH II X4 955 3.2G AM3 RT
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Edited by brathus, 05 March 2011 - 01:14 PM.
Possibly, that is why removing the add on video card and using the MBs vga port needs to be checked out 1st.
Also you think the problem is that theres not enough power for the whole computer?
600W is required for the SLI mode (running 2 cards side by side).
And the video card manual says its recommended for a 600+ Watt power supply. Im pretty sure thats the problem.
When an add on card is fitted it normally overrides the onboard video chip so disabling it should not
How would i be able to use the video card i have now and disable the onboard video on the MB
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