Using Nvidia video card with AMD chipset (or vice versa) Tags: Motherboards Chipsets Graphics Cards AMD Nvidia Last response: November 2, 2010 5:00 PM in Motherboards Share gibdo November 2, 2010 4:57:25 PM If you have a motherboard that supports AMD CPUs and has an AMD chipset, is there anything wrong with using an Nvidia video card, such as a 460 GTX, or would you have to have a motherboard that has an nForce chipset? More about : nvidia video card amd chipset vice versa T_T a c 99 V Motherboard a b U Graphics card November 2, 2010 5:00:51 PM There is nothing wrong. I use a GTS 250 on my 790 chipset mobo. Just dont install the mobo video drivers (if any) because ATI drivers may conflict with nVidia. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumSLI on a Xfire mobo and vice versa ForumLower processor, bigger video card or vice versa ? ForumWho works best with AMD , and vice-versa with Nvidia /Intel? ForumnVIDIA Killer chipset for Intel coming soon! ForumCan i use an Nvidia Graphics card with an ATI crossfire motherboard? ForumPERFORM THESE STEPS before posting about boot problems ForumAudio w/o video and vice versa ForumAmd Fx processor with Nvidia Graphics Card ForumAre Intel CPUs more optimized to work with NVidia and AMD with AMD ? ForumAMD PWNS with a takeover of ATI.. Nvidia triumphs! ForumMixing Nvidia card with ATI mobo ForumATI's Intel Chipset Team Reassigned Forumwhat can eq2 learn from WoW and vice versa ? ForumUpcoming nForce Chipset ! ForumZ68 chipset - Logix virtu feature and rear panel video output ForumAMD Steamroller speculation... and expert conjecture ForumAsus GF-8400GS Video Card - Yea Or Nay? ForumNot sure which video card for this build ForumStrange Boot situation on Z77 Forum[Solved] Bistar MoBo with Male VGA??? More resources Read discussions in other Motherboards categories BIOS Boot Chipsets ASRock Asus Chaintech DFI Elitegroup FIC Foxconn Gigabyte Intel MSI-Microstar !