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    Default Asrock 775i65G doubts.

    Hi everyone!

    First of all, sorry for my english
    I have the Asrock 775i65G Rev. G/A 2.03 Motherboard. I't a little old, but it work!

    My doubt is:
    I want to put a AGP Video Card to the motherboard, but reading the User's manual says that I don't have to put a 3.3v AGP video card because it can damage the system. Looking through the internet, I notice different models of video cards, but no one says nothing about the voltages who handle.

    In my home, I have this one:
    Asrock 775i65G doubts.-dsc_0248-jpg

    I try it in the motherboard, but when start, does 1 sound, stop a milisec and does 7 more sound, and dosen't boot at all. I quit the card and it's boot perfectly with the onboard video.

    I don't need anything too expensive, I only want the video card for retro-gaming. If you guys can give me some models that will run in this motherboard, let me know!

    Tell me if more info is needed!

    Regards!

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    Default Re: Asrock 775i65G doubts.

    Everything one could ask concerning AGP
    AGP compatibility for sticklers

    Best I can discover on the 'net is this VGA card is keyed 3.3 and 1.5 volt so it should fire up using 1.5.

    1+7 beeps? 1+8, that's a VGA error, HERE

    Is your PSU a 300w or better?
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    Default Re: Asrock 775i65G doubts.

    Welcome to the forum.
    Your English is fine.

    The problem might be with the following bios setting on page 26 in your motherboard user manual:

    In the bios Advanced tab:
    Init. Graphic Adapter Priority
    This allows you to select [PCI/AGP] and [AGP/PCI] as the initial graphics adapter priority. The default vaule is [PCI/AGP].

    Before you install your AGP video card, go into the bios and set this option to [AGP/PCI].
    Save your bios settings, exit the bios and power off your system.
    Unplug the power supply's A.C. power cord from the wall outlet.
    Install your video card and connect the video cable to your video card.

    It looks like you have one of the XFX GeForce FX5200 AGP video cards with a 4X and/or 8X rating.
    Your card should be designed for 1.5 volt operation.

    For more AGP information and diagrams for the different AGP slot versions, check out:


    Is this similar to your video card?
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    Default Re: Asrock 775i65G doubts.

    Hi! Thanks for the replies!

    Quote Originally Posted by - wardog - View Post
    Is your PSU a 300w or better?
    My PSU is 450 watts... And don't have too much consumption: Intel P4, 1 GB of RAM, an IDE hard drive, an SATA dvd recorder, and a USB WIFI adapter. I don't think it's getting low of power with this config!

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    In the bios Advanced tab:
    Init. Graphic Adapter Priority
    This allows you to select [PCI/AGP] and [AGP/PCI] as the initial graphics adapter priority. The default vaule is [PCI/AGP].


    Before you install your AGP video card, go into the bios and set this option to [AGP/PCI].
    Save your bios settings, exit the bios and power off your system.
    Unplug the power supply's A.C. power cord from the wall outlet.
    Install your video card and connect the video cable to your video card.
    Already try that, dosen't work... Still doing 1+8 beeps...

    When I retrieve the card from the slot, the heatsink it's hot.
    Maybe the video card is faulty, because I realize that 1 capacitor is rusty.

    Or maybe the slot it's faulty.

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Is this similar to your video card?
    That's the model of my card...

    With I'd have read, I'd have to buy a video card with the slot in the right corner or with both slots...

    Hope it's not the slot that is faulty.

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