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How do I understand a lot of the maximum video card compatible motherboard?
BIOS versions are 64MB-1GB.
Whether it can be concluded that the max is 1GB?

Motherboard (AGP)
http://www.msi.com/product/mb/PM8PM-V.html


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I guess I am lost here is it your intention to buy a AGP card for that Motherboard if so what OS are you going to be using maybe we can help you out better.

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I guess I am lost here is it your intention to buy a AGP card for that Motherboard if so what OS are you going to be using maybe we can help you out better.


I want to know maximum video card is compatible motherboard and
I want to know which can be fitted to.
Before I had a Pentium D 820 and 512MB video card. Frantically threw a BSOD all the time. Samsung hard drive HD160JJ 3.Gb / s.
Now, I put the old CPU back. and works okay but a little dizzily.
How can I get the correct hardware to install, not to throw any more BSOD.
Old CPU install any OS and not throw BSOD.

sorry bad English language.

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I want to know maximum video card is compatible motherboard and
I want to know which can be fitted to.
Before I had a Pentium D 820 and 512MB video card. Frantically threw a BSOD all the time. Samsung hard drive HD160JJ 3.Gb / s.
Now, I put the old CPU back. and works okay but a little dizzily.
How can I get the correct hardware to install, not to throw any more BSOD.
Old CPU install any OS and not throw BSOD.

sorry bad English language.

It looks like up to a gig but at the cost of the AGP cards I would not go over 512 personally and that is no guarantee that your not going to encounter more BSOD the components like the mobo are quite old I don't know what your budget is but for a micro atx mobo about 50.00 new Cpu 64.00 ram about 20.00 ddr3 for eight gigs you already have the samsung sata hard drive and you would also need probably a new PSU depending upon if you have changed it or not 39.00.

A quick upgrade for less than 200.00 can be done easily.

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