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    Default GPU motherboard compatibility

    Would gpu like Nvidia GTX 460, ati radeon HD 4890, 5570 compatible with intel DG31PR mobo? pls help I'm planning to turn my pc into a moderate gaming one and any advice regarding gpu will be greatly appreciated

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    Why not? As long as the motherboard has PCIe x16 slot, you're good to go.

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    Yep they're compatible with your motherboard, however, due to your motherboard having an earlier revision of the PCI Express bus, the card won't be able to showcase it's full potential, furthermore, if you've anything less than a Dual Core 3.0 Ghz for the 4890 or a Quad Core 2.6 Ghz for the GTX 460, the card will be bottlenecked. And you shouldn't be looking at a 5570 at all, atleast a 5670 as a "minimum" for moderate gaming.
    Last edited by Fox Mulder; December 6th, 2011 at 11:30.

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    What's your current processor and power supply? and also let us know your budget about gpu, then it'll be easier to give suggestion.

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    I'm using hd6670 in my dg31pr.working flawlessly.

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