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You say you have an ASRock P4i45GV R but that model doesn't have an AGI slot. You, more %20R/?cat=VGA PCI is way too slow of an interface for a gaming graphics card. ASROCK P4i45GV R C-Media Audio Driver UDA_build04L, ASROCK P4i45GV R Intel Graphics Driver for Windows /XP. Build a ASRock ASRock P4i45GV R Mobo PC with our PC builder. The ASRock P4i45GV R is compatible with Intel processors with the This allows for integrated graphics when paired with a compatible CPU that supports them.

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Any cards newer than that may or may not work, there is no way to know for sure. I don't know whether I would be able to buy a DDR2 mobo with a ASROCK P4i45GV R3.0 Intel Graphics interface for new cards ,a good dual core CPU for games till ,and a decent 2 gb ddr2 ram in that money. If not then maybe its over.

Supernova Nov 22,2: DDR2 memory modules are getting expensive because they have been discontinued for some time, DDR3 is the current standard. Keep in mind neither of those options would run modern games all that well, it would just get you up to meeting the minimum requirements.

If ASROCK P4i45GV R3.0 Intel Graphics are really that strapped for cash, your best option might be to see if you can find a used XBox or PS3 and play those games on a console instead. PC gaming does have a higher cost of entry in terms of hardware.

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Supernova Nov 22,3: Intel X integrated graphics will not run those games. That board does have PCI Express so it will support modern graphics cards. It's a starting point at least for getting modern games running.

Just make sure that the CPU you select is on the motherboard's CPU support list before buying, though I don't think that will be a problem, it seems to support just about the entire Core 2 lineup. I would also look at pricing for a more modern platform. That may or may not be more expensive though, you might be getting good prices because the retailer ASROCK P4i45GV R3.0 Intel Graphics trying to clear out old LGA parts.

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SPEED94 thanks so much. I would be looking forward to buy this hardware.

Supernova Nov 23, You may have a hard time finding a Core 2 Quad in the future. The motherboard you have already selected does support most of the Core 2 Quad CPUs, the only problem would be finding one at a decent price. The LGA Quads tend to be very expensive.

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They are like fire. Everyone aren't made of money. All others I have. God knows whether it will support the board and the other thing I doubt is the chassis size.

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And this current P4I45GV 3. Once they are sorted I can do a assured planning. Supernova Nov 23,6: You should have all the connectors you need to get the system up and running, even with a very old power supply.

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Although drivers seem to mainly be about hardware, they are actually primarily about software. The Driver does not physically control the Motherboard's Devices. What the Driver does ASROCK P4i45GV R3.0 Intel Graphics like a human interpreter for a guest who speaks a different language from his hostis to introduce the Device to the Operating System and help them to communicate with each other, with the Driver taking instructions from both and passing it back and forth between them.

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So when one mentions Drivers, one must also mention the Operating System it ASROCK P4i45GV R3.0 Intel Graphics be talking to. In order for that to be possible, the two must share a common language. If they do not, then the role of 'interpreter' is impossible, because, then neither the Driver nor the Device will be able to understand what the Operating System is saying and vice versa.

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