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#1 mrguyface


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Posted 26 March 2009 - 11:27 PM

Ok, so i took my dell insperon 2000 or somthing like that. and decided to take the processor and just make a custom of it. it worked at first (Exept the fan) :thumbsup: and it overheated =[ so i ordered a new fan this one works wonderfully keeps it nice and cool however since the overheating incident i cant seem to get a picture on my monitor....now, i tryed the monitor,graphics card, harddrive all on a different computer. they worked like a charm. but the graphics card wont work in the motherboard on my custom. i think it might be a PCI-E x16 problem so what should i do. is there any fixes for it?

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#2 Bouken Red

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Posted 27 March 2009 - 12:28 AM

Hi can you tell us the whole spec of the Motherboard and the Video Card.
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Posted 27 March 2009 - 12:06 PM

180 million transistors on 65nm fabrication process
64-bit DDR2 memory interface
Unified Superscalar Shader Architecture
40 stream processing units
Dynamic load balancing and resource allocation for vertex, geometry, and pixel shaders
Common instruction set and texture unit access supported for all types of shaders
Dedicated branch execution units and texture address processors
128-bit floating point precision for all operations
Command processor for reduced CPU overhead
Shader instruction and constant caches
Up to 16 texture fetches per clock cycle
Up to 128 textures per pixel
Fully associative vertex/texture cache design
DXTC and 3Dc+ texture compression
High resolution texture support (up to 8192 x 8192)
Fully associative texture & Z/stencil cache designs
Early Z test, Re-Z, Z Range optimization, and Fast Z Clear
Lossless Z & stencil compression
8 render targets (MRTs) with anti-aliasing support
Physics processing support
Full support for Microsoft® DirectX® 10
Shader Model 4.0
Geometry Shaders
Stream Output
Integer and Bitwise Operations
Alpha to Coverage
Constant Buffers
State Objects
Texture Arrays
Dynamic Geometry Acceleration
Programmable tessellation unit
Accelerated geometry shader path for geometry amplification
Memory read/write cache for improved stream output performance
Anti-aliasing features
Multi-sample anti-aliasing (up to 4 samples per pixel)
Custom Filter Anti-Aliasing (CFAA) for improved quality
Adaptive super-sampling and multi-sampling
Temporal anti-aliasing
Gamma correct
Super AA (CrossFire configurations only)
All anti-aliasing features compatible with HDR rendering
Texture filtering features
2x/4x/8x/16x high quality adaptive anisotropic filtering modes (up to 128 taps per pixel)
128-bit floating point HDR texture filtering
Bicubic filtering
sRGB filtering (gamma/degamma)
Percentage Closer Filtering (PCF)
Depth & stencil texture (DST) format support
Shared exponent HDR (RGBE 9:9:9:5) texture format support
ATI Avivo™ HD Video and Display Platform
Dedicated unified video decoder (UVD) for H.264/AVC and VC-1 video formats
High definition (HD) playback of both Blu-ray and HD DVD formats
Hardware MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4/DivX video decode acceleration
Motion compensation and iDCT (inverse discrete cosine transform)
Avivo Video Post Processor
Color space conversion
Chroma subsampling format conversion
Horizontal and vertical scaling
Gamma correction
High Quality Video Post Processing
Advanced vector adaptive per-pixel de-interlacing
De-blocking and noise reduction filtering
Detail enhancement
Inverse telecine (2:2 and 3:2 pull-down correction)
Bad edit correction
Two independent display controllers
Drive two displays simultaneously with independent resolutions, refresh rates, color controls and video overlays for each display
Full 30-bit display processing
Programmable piecewise linear gamma correction, color correction, and color space conversion
Spatial/temporal dithering provides 30-bit color quality on 24-bit and 18-bit displays
High quality pre- and post-scaling engines, with underscan support for all display outputs
Content-adaptive de-flicker filtering for interlaced displays
Fast, glitch-free mode switching
Hardware cursor
Two integrated DVI display outputs
Primary supports 18-, 24-, and 30-bit digital displays at all resolutions up to 1920x1200 (single-link DVI) or 2560x1600 (dual-link DVI)1
Secondary supports 18-, 24-, and 30-bit digital displays at all resolutions up to 1920x1200 (single-link DVI only)1
Each includes a dual-link HDCP encoder with on-chip key storage for high resolution playback of protected content2
Two integrated 400 MHz 30-bit RAMDACs
Each supports analog displays connected by VGA at all resolutions up to 2048x15361
Integrated AMD Xilleon™ HDTV encoder
Provides high quality analog TV output (component/S-video/composite)
Supports SDTV and HDTV resolutions
Underscan and overscan compensation
MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DivX, WMV9, VC-1, and H.264/AVC encoding and transcoding
Seamless integration of pixel shaders with video in real time
VGA mode support on all display outputs
PCI-Express 16X bus interface

Foxconn 848P7MB-S Intel 848P Socket 775 mATX Motherboard

General Features:
Intel 848P/ICH5 chipset
Socket 775
mATX form factor
800/533 MHz Front Side Bus (FSB)
Supports up to 2 GB DDR SDRAM
Realtek ALC655 audio CODEC
Realtek RTL8100C Ethernet controller
Two (2) UDMA/100 IDE controllers
Two (2) Serial ATA controllers

Expansion Slots:
One (1) 8x AGP slot
Three (3) PCI slots
Two (2) 184-pin DIMM slots

I/O Ports:
Two (2) PS/2 ports
One (1) 9-pin standard serial port
One (1) 25-pin standard parallel port
Eight (8) USB 2.0 ports (four on I/O panel, four via headers)
One (1) RJ-45 Ethernet jack
Microphone, line-in and line-out jacks
S/PDIF coaxial jack

Supported Processors:
Intel Pentium 4 Socket 775 processors with 800/533 MHz FSB

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#4 dpunisher


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Posted 27 March 2009 - 01:22 PM

You are trying a PCI-E card in an AGP motherboard?

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