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Old October 7, 2011, 12:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Borg View Post
How do you know which chipset it uses?
Motherboard manufacturer's will list which chip they use in the specifications.

If your buying a card though, you can look at photos of the card, or find the drivers for it to determine what it uses. Sometimes it's listed in the specs too.

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Originally Posted by Soultribunal View Post
Hey JD, I got a Gigabyte one if you want to try it and see if it really is your comp or windows having some compatibility issue.
It's alright, reinstalling Windows seemed to fix it. Minor hassle but whatever.
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