Originally posted by Graham
It will be a standard PCI-E x16 card so I don't see why not...
not the greatest mobo choice imo, though
u sure? i mean my mobo is like all Nvidia n **** lol, wouldnt it not accept ATI graphics cards?
Originally posted by darkop16
hmmm...if i were you, id prob save the money that your spending on the r600 and get a new mobo (a gigabyte ds3 or something like that), a e6320 (the new e6300 with 4mb cache enabled) when they come out, and some ddr2 800 ram (g.skill have some good value ddr2 800 but ddr2 is still kinda expensive ) for the same price as a r600 (its supposed be about the same price as teh 8800gtx i think).
Cause your current system will probably bottle neck the r600 (even more so if it turns out to be what its hyped up to be).
Or you could get a 939 dual core and you may still be able to get a r600 but the conroe route is probably a better upgrade decision.
ya ya, im on the urge to fully upgrading my computer, im just starting with the ATI R600 first.
second, my mid-tower case to a full-tower (one with 1-2 120mm fans, especially one on the side), which i am searching for.
third, ill upgrade my mobo to AM2 (or AM3) with 2 x 2GB DDR2 800 SDRAM, n the AMD quad-core. As of right now, i cant find a good decent AM2 mobo that has at least 3 PCI n Crossfire: 2 PCI-E v2.0. I'll buy a new mobo, 4GB DDR2 800 SDRAM, n AMD's quad-core simultaneously.
how much will this cost me? Over $3000-$4000.