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Jun 10, 2020
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My old pc got burned with a energy discharge...

And I remembered that I have an old pc of these specifications:

GA-G41M-Combo -Motherboard
Pentium Dual-Core e5500 -Processor
8 GB Ram Unknown -Ram
CX750M -PSU

The problem I have is that when trying to put an RTX2070s that I have it does not give me an image, is it compatible or is there some way in which I can use this hardware with the graphics card?
 

kanewolf

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My old pc got burned with a energy discharge...

And I remembered that I have an old pc of these specifications:

GA-G41M-Combo -Motherboard
Pentium Dual-Core e5500 -Processor
8 GB Ram Unknown -Ram
CX750M -PSU

The problem I have is that when trying to put an RTX2070s that I have it does not give me an image, is it compatible or is there some way in which I can use this hardware with the graphics card?
I believe your motherboard is too old to support that card. You have to have UEFI BIOS.
 
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