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Anyone have one of these boards with a remotely current GPU in it? I am about to buy one but I read a forum post about how a lot of GPUs don't work on it. I want to throw a 9800 GT in it if possible. I tried Googling but couldn't find much info.
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Well i've had a look and in theory it will work with most PCI-E GPU's.... It depends if you have riser cards in there or not.

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I cant' see any PCI-E ports so I assume they will be on the 64bit PCI slot in a riser card.
Edited by compuman145 - 8/21/12 at 4:14am
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It actually has 2x PCI-e 16x.

This is what I am referring to:

http://communities.intel.com/message/163390

I did just find something else though saying someone got cards to work by disabling the onboard video.

http://communities.intel.com/thread/29149

Anyone have any first hand experience? I'd love to hear it from someone here before I spend a bunch of money on something I can't even use.
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Anyone have one of these boards with a remotely current GPU in it? I am about to buy one but I read a forum post about how a lot of GPUs don't work on it. I want to throw a 9800 GT in it if possible. I tried Googling but couldn't find much info.

I am running an nVidia Quadro 2000D on my S5000PSL. Here's what I did:
  • Updated the BIOS (this might be your problem).
  • Added PCI-e riser card (required for 2U rack)
  • Added nVidia Quadro 2000D (no external power connectors on this card)
  • Booted into Setup, then disabled on-board video and dual display settings (does not affect external video cards)
  • Booted into Windows
  • Installed drivers
  • Downloaded and installed latest video drivers
  • Haven't had a hitch

Prior to that I had an older nVidia Quadro FX3400, which I had problems with. Turned out to be driver compatibility problems with Windows 7, as opposed to a problem with the hardware compatibility.

Hope that helps.


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