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Thread: asrock G41M-VS3

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    Sep 2011

    Default asrock G41M-VS3

    what is the maximum video card can i used for this kind of mother board?

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    Dec 2011

    Default Re: asrock G41M-VS3


    You can mount every video card with the wright supported slot (for example : pci-e 2.0).
    But you must look for the following features befor you buy a new card: 1. slots from the Motherboard that is supported (please read at thirst the Motherboard-product-specification for yours)
    2. minimum power supply unit you need for your card.

    Important !: check your power supply unit that is installed befor you mount. The correct way to find out : the maximum needed power of your system (cpu, RAM, motherboard, hdd's, optical devices, air-flow, etc.) + the needed power of the new video card.
    The video card needs power supply too when video card have enough performance (look the video card specification).

    for example: your complete system needs 350 watt power , the video card needs 200 watt power, in reserve 100 watt (for future use) = 350+200+100=650 watt power supply unit.
    Its better you have power in reserve on the power supply unit.
    My System: Mainboard G41M-S3 ,Intel G41/82801GB ICH7, Bios-Version: P1.40
    CPU: Intel Pentium D 805 (socket 775)@2,66Ghz @Family/model/stepping/revision: F/4/7/B0
    RAM: 1x4GB [email protected] 9-9-9-20-33 at [email protected],65V
    Graphic:NV GF 8600GT Rev.A2
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    PSU: 500W
    Cooling: Thermalright - Venomous X Rev. A
    OS: Windows 7 Prof 64bit OEM

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