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Edited by Fenor, 03 February 2006 - 08:12 PM.
Is the card a Geforce256 or just a geforce ??? with 256mb memory?
If its the latter, what is it? FX5500 etc?
The motherboard has a AGP slot on it It have a card installed now but from reading the literature that came with the motherboard it is on a 4x slot. I am not a hardcore gammer yet, so do you thing the card I ordered would be good enough? the card cost less than a $100.
There would be no graphics card that uses a PCI slot that would be powerful enough to run such a graphically intensive game like COD. You would need minimum of a FX Series GeForce video card and to use that you would need an AGP (Advanced Grahpics Port) slot on your motherboard (the slot will be brown and will be offset to the right a little bit compared to the locaiton of the PCI (white colored) slots. The AGP port would also have to be 8x compatible. if you can't figure this out for yourself, feel free to say so and we will be able to help you figure out exactly what you have in your box and whether or not it will be able to use an AGP graphics card.
yes, a link to the card on tiger direct would be most helpful...
my gut says no
Edited by DeSade, 03 February 2006 - 10:32 PM.
This post won't help you much but will define what I found out.
I can find no reference at all to pci 2.0 on the motherboard specs either the website specs or the downloaded manual.
nVidia site states that the FX 5500 is a chip that will work on a PCI legacy device, (thats a standard pci card) however thats the chipset and I do not know for sure what card Fuzion have mated it too.
Right now the best I can do is a 70/30 split, I am 70% sure it will work.
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