I have Intel dh61ww motherboard with Intel i3 processor, 8GB DDR3 1333MHz RAM and 1TB hard drive.
I want a graphics card of 2GB. My motherboard supports 2GB graphics card. Please give me answer.
you should use xfx ati radeon hd 5850 gddr5
Perhaps nvidia gtx 660 should answer your problem
Depending from which manufacturer it came from, you can normally go to their website and type in the service tag, model number and serial number, or whatever information they request. Then you can check out their parts & upgrades that are available, if a graphics card is not listed, then there is not a graphics card that can safely be said that it's compatible with that motherboard.
select any 2bg graphics card nvidia or ati
you should go with nvidia or geforce. they have one of the most compatible graphic cards in the market.
Any PCI-e video card will work with your motherboard. You will, however, need to verify if your power supply meets the power requirements of the video card. Also, a dual-slot video card will block two of your SATA ports, so be wary when picking the video card.
many graphics card support on intel motherboard but i prefer use NVIDIA graphics card.
Most ATI and Nvidia cards do, you just have to select the 2 Gb one.
any graphic modern card should work with your computer....
Your motherboard supports PCI Express video cards. However, your PSU may not depending on what card you want. Mid to high priced cards require more power than supplied by the port and thus have power connectors to connect directly to PSU. PSU must not only have right connector but must also be capable of supplying enough power to that connector. You also may need more cooling capacity.
One PCI Express* 2.0 x 16 bus add-in card connector
One PCI Express 2.0 x 1 connectors
One PCI Conventional bus connector
your motherboard can support the 2GB graphic card, graphic card use its own ram so that to turn video, play games...
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