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Can i use A GDDR5 Graphic card ?


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#1 blackout617

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Posted 01 February 2016 - 09:43 AM

Now i have problems with my system , my graphic cards FAN is not working anymore, its happened  after i cleaned the graphic card ,  now i will buy a new graphic card (MSI R7 370 GAMING 2G GDDR5).
But i think my motherboard(looking like a miniATX or server motherboard) don't support it ? Because my current graphic card is Nvidia Quadro 600 (after a little research i found its DDR3) i have a graphic card more that i dont use (Gigabyte HD4650) i tried to put that on my motherboard but i cant (HD4650 is GDDR2 if i checked it true) so i thinking now that i cant put a GDDR5 graphic card on my motherboard is it true ? What should i do ?

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Edit: I searched the motherboard info from dxdiag and searched in google for pics of it and i found it its the some of my motherboard : 
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Posted 01 February 2016 - 10:16 AM

I Fixed my problem please close the thread thanks



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Posted 01 February 2016 - 06:07 PM

For the record memory speeds don't change card compatibility.

How did you fix the problem?


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