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Can any p55 board support any vga?

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August 11, 2010 12:19:45 AM

I have an inferno katana gti motherboard p55 , and i cant find any graphic card in my country for this board or foxconn boards , so can i buy gigabyte or asus card ? or what should i do

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a c 169 U Graphics card
August 11, 2010 8:55:21 AM

Any PCI-E 2.0(brands don't matter) will work fine in your motherboard
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a c 189 U Graphics card
August 11, 2010 12:57:06 PM

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As long as your board has PCI-E slot then you can use almost any PCI-E cards without problem...
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a c 164 U Graphics card
August 11, 2010 1:19:51 PM

Agreed.

Assuming you have a fairly good CPU, you can probably handle any graphics card on the market. For example, a non-overclocked i5-750 would probably average 50% usage for most high-end games with an HD5870 1GB. It varies a lot, some of my games only use 20% and a few go up over 60%.

The i5-750 is probably the best overall value when building a medium to high-end system. You can probably get a $100 CPU that can keep up with an HD5870 in most games but with an i5-750 you can get another graphics card for SLI/Crossfire or a faster card in a few years and not upgrade the CPU (you may need to overclock depending on what cards you have). Your choice of CPU also depends on whether you have any other CPU intensive requirements like video encoding.

*For most game benchmarks, an i5-750 is comparable to an i7-860 or i7-920.

An i5-750 and HD5850 1GB is a really great value high-end system (and 4GB DDR3).
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August 26, 2010 3:12:13 AM

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