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Asus Radeon x1950 pro 256mb 256 bit - IS THIS COMPATIBILE??


Pikachu77

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Is this graphics card compatible with my old PC? Help!! click here this is the one i want to upgrade to but I don't know if it's compatibile.

I currently have this configuration: Motherboard Giga-Byte GA-M61SME-S2 (rev. 2.0): click here of RAM(2x2Gb) DDR2 800 MHz Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ dual core 2,7 GHz Power supply 500W 30A : click here 7 ultimate 64-bit.

This is graphics card support list for my motherboard but there is no x1950 pro on it. click here

Can You help me, does anyone know is that card compatibile?

Thanks and excuse me for my poor English knowledge.

4Gb Windows

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Chronos the 2nd

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Your motherboard has a PCI-E slot and as the GPU is the Asus EAX1950PRO/HTDP/256M-256MB DDR3 PCI-E DVI*2 HDTV TVO Graphics Card it will fit fine.

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Pikachu77

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Thanks a lot. I have one more question, how can i install drivers for windows xp on my win7 and make them work normaly ?? Is that posible ?

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Chronos the 2nd

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Why would you want to install XP drivers on Widows 7? Can you explain in more detail what you mean?

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