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#1 biferibiferi


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Posted 13 April 2015 - 09:49 PM

I have Win7 and I have an i3 CPU and 4 GB of DDR3.

Now my Chipset is Intel B75 Express.


Now I know my CPU conects Directly to this Chipset.


This Chipset Conects the North and South Brige Chips.


If I Buy a Video Card do I have to make sure the Chipset on the Video Card is by Intell so it will go with my Motherboards Chipset??


Because I know years ago if your Motherboard had an nVidea Chipset you should Buy a Video Card with a nVidea Chipset on it?


Or how did this work?

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#2 Kilroy


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Posted 14 April 2015 - 05:06 AM

You can buy any video card you're comfortable with, AMD, nVidia, or Intel, provided you have an appropriate slot available and your power supply can handle it.

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