Is a EVGA gt220 compatible with ASUS p5nsli mobo?

I have an asus p5nsli mobo with nforce 570 SLI chipset.
I was wondering if a EVGA GT220 would be compatible with it?
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  1. PCI-E 2.0 is backward compatible with PCI-E 1.0,so it should work fine
  2. neigh_zer0 said:
    I have an asus p5nsli mobo with nforce 570 SLI chipset.
    I was wondering if a EVGA GT220 would be compatible with it?


    as long as your mobo have PCI-E slot then you can use the card. just as maziar said, PCI-E 2.0 have backward compatibility with older version of PCI-E
  3. In fact, if that 220 is SLI-capable, you would be able to use two of them in SLI for better performance but my guess would be that a GTX 260 would do the trick as well.
  4. SLI GT220s is not worth at all, he will better with a single powerful card...
  5. I have same mobo with EVGA GTX 275. It works fine with my upgraded power supply. (750 Watt).
  6. jonpaul37 said:
    In fact, if that 220 is SLI-capable, you would be able to use two of them in SLI for better performance but my guess would be that a GTX 260 would do the trick as well.


    Anonymous said:
    SLI GT220s is not worth at all, he will better with a single powerful card...


    SLi GT220 is not possible as they are low end cards.
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