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    Default gddr5 supported motherboard

    keu ki amak plz blte aprben j emn kno MB ase kina jeta gddr5 support kre abr pin processor o support kre? plz ektu janan

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    Default Re: gddr5 supported motherboard

    only the graphics cards use GDDR5, hence only some of the Radeon 4000 & 5000 series support them & the newer nVIDIA cards.
    Motherboards only support DDR2/DD3 RAM & not GDDR3. & pin-processor is way out of league, I dont think you will get such a mobo supporting pin processors now!

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    Default Re: gddr5 supported motherboard

    ashole amar asking tai vul hoise....ami bokar mto 1ta hd 5670 kine ansi...dekhi amrta support krtase na...ekhn bipode pore gesi....vabsilam only mb cahnge krlei hbe...but abr dekhi processor o change krte hbe :'(

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    Default Re: gddr5 supported motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by wasi006 View Post
    ashole amar asking tai vul hoise....ami bokar mto 1ta hd 5670 kine ansi...dekhi amrta support krtase na...ekhn bipode pore gesi....vabsilam only mb cahnge krlei hbe...but abr dekhi processor o change krte hbe :'(
    u should get a motherboard that supports PCI express.

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    Default Re: gddr5 supported motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    u should get a motherboard that supports PCI express.
    oh O_O
    @OP: you need a motherboard that has a PCI-E express slot in it to install your new 5670. If you have a LGA775 CPU, then buy a mobo new. All the newer chipsets support LGA775 without the exceptions of P5x or X5x series!

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    Default Re: gddr5 supported motherboard

    PCI EX mobo er sathe PIN proc support paoa now a days onek tough........

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    Default Re: gddr5 supported motherboard

    paoa jabe bole amar mon e hoi na....jotodur jaani...lga775 design kora hoisilo ddr2 ar PCIe er koth chinta kore....mPGA478 er kono mobo te PCIe ase bole mone hoi na....tobe AMD hole alada kotha...karon oder kisu proc ase agp8x ar PCIe duitai support kore...

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    Default Re: gddr5 supported motherboard

    yah u need to tell about ur cpu and mobo first..
    which cpu and mobo u have now?

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    Default Re: gddr5 supported motherboard

    You can get a MB Like that but it will lack many features and eventually you will have to change the MB+Processor.
    Another problem that will arise that such MBs are usually CHINESE. A branded one will be tough to find.

    ---------- Post added at 18:55 ---------- Previous post was at 18:53 ----------

    It is also a good practice to take your CPU to the shop for buying internal hardware like Ram, HDD or GPU. This way you can never go wrong.

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    Default Re: gddr5 supported motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by fishd990 View Post
    It is also a good practice to take your CPU to the shop for buying internal hardware like Ram, HDD or GPU. This way you can never go wrong.
    Its for noobs

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    http://www.geeks.com/details.asp?Inv...GC-M4&cpc=SUGG

    you can try this one, if you can find one. Pin processor, PCI x16, DDR2 ram, SATA, IDE. thats it.

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    Default Re: gddr5 supported motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    Its for noobs
    Still it IS a GOOD practice 2 X

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    Default Re: gddr5 supported motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by wasi006 View Post
    ashole amar asking tai vul hoise....ami bokar mto 1ta hd 5670 kine ansi...dekhi amrta support krtase na...ekhn bipode pore gesi....vabsilam only mb cahnge krlei hbe...but abr dekhi processor o change krte hbe :'(
    Pinless processor solutions are now quite cheap these days. Seriously, getting a pin motherboard with PCI express for 5670 is never a good idea. It is much worse than using a pinless Celeron with your 5670. Either sell your card, or get a second hand pinless board, a processor and a RAM stick and blow out the gas from your GPU! A pin solution would be a total imbalance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdtahmid View Post
    Pinless processor solutions are now quite cheap these days. Seriously, getting a pin motherboard with PCI express for 5670 is never a good idea. It is much worse than using a pinless Celeron with your 5670. Either sell your card, or get a second hand pinless board, a processor and a RAM stick and blow out the gas from your GPU! A pin solution would be a total imbalance.
    can't post a new thread in bg to sell it...never used this card...how much wud i get if i sold it now?

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    Default Re: gddr5 supported motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by wasi006 View Post
    can't post a new thread in bg to sell it...never used this card...how much wud i get if i sold it now?
    Sorry 'bout that!!
    I suggest you do not sell it. You are still using a pin processor. So very soon you'll need to upgrade your system if you want to continue gaming. Then why sell it? It will be fine for any new system and it will save you the cost of buying another one since no one will give you full market price for a card no matter how new it is.


    Still offer your price.
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    Default Re: gddr5 supported motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by wasi006 View Post
    can't post a new thread in bg to sell it...never used this card...how much wud i get if i sold it now?
    yep dont sell it! Keep the card, when you have a good budget, sell the rest of your system & buy a new one. Then you can use the 5670 in it

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    amar akta purono pentium 4,
    1.7 ghz pc ache, pin processor.oitar motherboard nosto howate akta Esonic mother board lagate hoice.i think it is a chinese board.it supports ddr 2 667 mhz ram.i bought a new ddr2 ram as old ram was sd type.total cost was 4000 tk.suprisingly it supports nvidia 9500 graphics card.my younger brother now use this system.but it is always best to upgrade.

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