My motherboard has an integrated Northbridge AMD 770 chipset, but I have a dedicated GeForce GT 240 1GB. I see this on the AMD website:
`Extreme performance for gamers
The AMD 770 Chipset enables you to enjoy your games without compromise. Backed by single or dual PCI Express® 2.0 slots, turn your PC into the ultimate gaming machine.
Easy-to-use system monitoring options to personalize your experience
The AMD OverDrive™ utility gives you extreme control of your system. Personalize your experience in real time with easy-to-use screens designed for novice and expert users.
Enables fast speeds with the latest HD technologies
The AMD 770 Chipset is loaded with the latest HyperTransport™ 3.0 technology optimized for high-resolution gaming and HD video.
Create and edit your digital media
The AMD 770 Chipset allows the performance of dedicated graphics across a high-speed PCI Express® 2.0 interface to edit and enjoy your HD media.
AMD 770 Chipset Specifications
The AMD 770 Chipset is designed for consumers who want the latest technologies
Will it have better performance over my GeForce GT 240? And if so, I noticed that on the back, it gives an output instead, like my Geforce Monitor slot has holes, the northbridge has prongs. Any help?