1) It's not a discrete video card, stop saying it is.
Integrated Intel Extreme Graphics technology
If it was a discrete card it would be able to unplug from the motherboard and be used in a different computer. But seeing as it's an integrated part, its built into the motherboard. As I said to MM, Intel hasn't made any discrete GPUs in years.
2) 5830s are not usually good buys. Unless you are getting it cheap you should look for a 5850, or 6850. Both will use less power and perform better.
3) Your new motherboard needs to have PCIe slots, not PCI.