Anywho, you can or should be able to use both brands of card, I tested my HD in Asus’s PCIex16 slots, dating to , there’s no result, no booting, that’s because the card demands more power it seems, and there’s no PSU support to these cards to supplement the slot. We later find out that he has a W PSU. He has to get past the bootup before worrying about the OS and drivers first. Video drivers are more divorced. It depends if one method still is giving you issues. Again, thank you very much for you answer and your effort. Sign In Sign Up.
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Gigabyte GA-M52L-S3 (rev. 1.0) Bios F6
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He has to get past the bootup before worrying about the OS and drivers first.
Gigabyte GA-M52L-S3 User Manual Page 26
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Did a bit of research and the chipset can dictate if a SLi or Crossfire is the better supported option.
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