It sure will. A graphics card has its own memory controller, and operates fully independent from the motherboard. Thus, nothing to worry about. As long as the interface is correct (PCI-E, AGP, whichever you have), you can stick any card you want in that mothetboard.
System Memory such as DDR and DDR2 is different from Onboard graphical memory typically found on Video cards..When it comes to memory type on a G-card any motherboard will be fine with that..Its just the bus type you neeed to watch ( AGP/PCI-E )
Originally Posted by kame1986
Well you sound quite certain, so thats all good. This could be the end of this thread then.I feel like such a noob now !
Don't feel bad, that question shows that you at least see a potential problem. Back when I first started building PCs, I ordered a stick of DDR2 RAM for my DDR motherboard, thinking it was just a faster version, and not realizing that DDR2 doesn't fit in DDR slots.
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