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Does Asus P4P800 has an integrated graphic card?

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October 25, 2003 3:22:24 PM

Hello,

I'm planning to buy a computer with Asus P4P800 mobo and then buy a Radeon 9600 Pro card individually and install it manually. So I want to know if the P4P800 mobo has an integrated graphic card itself so the computer will work before I buy my new Radeon card.

Thanks,
Timmy

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October 26, 2003 12:20:40 AM

No. The P4P800-VM does, but this board is Micro ATX (fewer slots) and doesn't have the overclocking options in BIOS, according to an owner I spoke with.

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October 26, 2003 1:39:55 AM

Thanks for reply.

Does that means that my computer won't work without a graphic card?

Thanks,
Timmy
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a b V Motherboard
a b U Graphics card
October 26, 2003 1:44:56 AM

Correct! You could try using an old PCI card until you get your new card.

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October 26, 2003 2:00:34 AM

I have an old TNT2 card from my current computer which does not even work since I installed Windows XP. Every games that run will just hang during start up.

Is it ideal to use that card on my new computer first? I've heard that switching from NVIDIA to ATI card may experience some driver problems.

Thanks,
Timmy
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October 26, 2003 3:26:59 AM

Is it PCI or AGP?

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October 26, 2003 3:37:02 AM

I think it is an AGP card but it runs on PCI mode in my current computer because my Gigabyte motherboard does not support the AGP and if I install the AGP driver for my mobo my computer will hang before entering Windows. So in the properties it says Bus: AGP (PCI Mode).

Thanks,
Timmy
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October 26, 2003 3:41:36 AM

If it's AGP, it might work in your new motherboard, or it might simply blow up your new motherboard. There were a few cards of this erra keyed for AGP2.0 but not following AGP 2.0 signal voltage guidelines.

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October 26, 2003 4:16:21 AM

I think I'd better not to install the TNT2 in my new computer. However, I've bought the card myself individually and I need a new computer without a graphic card so I don't waste any money. Any idea on how to solve this problem?

Thanks,
Timmy
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October 26, 2003 4:30:06 AM

Hey, your card might work, or it might not. Anyway, a PCI card SHOULD work, you could get one out of a junk computer. Used parts dealers often sell them for less than $10.

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October 31, 2003 4:24:03 AM

Someone please recommend me a cheap PCI graphic card that will work with this motherboard. Of course I would like one with price under $10.

Thanks,
Timmy
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October 31, 2003 7:46:12 AM

Assuming there is nothing in BIOS to prevent a PCI card from displaying (which would be unlikely), just about any PCI card would work until you get your AGP card. S3 had some decent 2D graphics back in the day, 2-4MB cards usually cost under $10 used.

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November 1, 2003 9:16:10 PM

as per the owners manuel the card has to be a 1.5v card in order for it to be compatable other then that you should be fine :D 
a b V Motherboard
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November 2, 2003 2:36:44 AM

you're confusing the issue. He's buying a new AGP card as soon as he saves the money, ANY PCI card should work. There is no such thing as a 1.5v PCI card.

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