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Is ATI HD 5770 is compatible with Foxconn G41MX-F

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March 18, 2010 7:51:11 PM

I need a motherboard for my budget and compatible with de HD 5770 I already saw the intel DG41TY
but I need a chipest one could you telme if the foxxcon G41MX-F could work for me? thanks


Foxconn G41MX-F
ECS G41T-M

wich one could make my HD5770 work.. thanks...

Videcocard HD5770 and an
CPUintel dual core 5400
Ram 2gb
PSU 585 watts


FOXCONN MODEL G41MX-F 2.0 G41MX-F 2,0
SUPPORTED CPU
SOCKET TYPE CPU LGA 775
CPU TYPE INTEL CORE 2 QUAD, CORE 2 DUO, PENTIUM DUAL-CORE, PENTIUM 4 PROCESSORS INTEL CORE 2 QUAD, CORE 2 DUO, PENTIUM DUAL-CORE, PENTIUM 4
FSB 1333/1066/800 MHZ 1333/1066/800 MHZ
CHIPSETS NORTH BRIDGE NORTH BRIDGE INTEL G41
SOUTH BRIDGE SOUTH BRIDGE INTEL ICH7
MEMORY NUMBER OF MEMORY SLOTS 2?240PIN 2 ? 240PIN MEMORY STANDARD MEMORIA ESTANDAR DDR2 800/667 DDR2 800/667
MAXIMUM MEMORY SUPPORTED 8GB
CHANNEL SUPPORTED DUAL CHANNEL
EXPANSION SLOTS 1 PCI EXPRESS X16
1 PCI EXPRESS X1 PCI EXPRESS X1
1 PCI SLOTS RANURAS PCI 2 2 STORAGE DEVICES
PATA 1 X ATA100 2 DEV. 1 X ATA100 2 DEV. MAX MAX SATA 3GB/S SATA 3GB / S 4 4
ONBOARD VIDEO CHIPSET ONBOARD VIDEO CHIPSET INTEL GMA X4500
ONBOARD AUDIO ONBOARD AUDIO CHIPSET REALTEK ALC662 REALTEK ALC662
AUDIO CHANNELS 6
ONBOARD LAN MAX LAN SPEED 10/100/1000MBPS
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March 18, 2010 7:58:20 PM

So long as the board supports ATI cards then you'll be fine. You can generally find that out if the retailer says its SLI or Crossfire, you're looking for crossfire.
March 18, 2010 8:04:26 PM

No i just want to use my HD5770 i tried on another motherboard but doesnt work
if i can buy one of them
Foxconn G41MX-F
ECS G41T-M
and if is going to work. thanks again
March 18, 2010 8:07:01 PM

I've only heard of 5770 compatibility issues with really old boards with PCI-E 1.0 slots. While the G41 chipset only supports PCI-E 1.1 the board itself SHOULD be new enough that it doesn't matter. To play it safe though you might want to consider paying the extra $15-$20 for a P43 board which supports PCI-E 2.0.
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