01-12-2016 02:40 PM
I bought this second hand
Intel Core i7-2600 Processor, 8GB, 500GB 7200RPM S-ATA HDD, no diskette drive, PCI/PCIe Tower (4x5), Intel HD Graphics, DVD Recordable, Gigabit Ethernet, Windows 7 Professional 64, new Coolermaster 500w PSU.
The onboard is intel HD 1000 (gt) or similar and I got a Radeon hd5450 with it which is o.k.
I have an old Radeon HD 4850 and have tried to install that
installed the 4850 (it just fits) added the power.
Computer boots, no post, no beepsand th ehd4850's fan powers up. Windows starts! I just get no signal to monitor. The card works fine in another machine.
Ive installed latest bios 9HKT58AUS 0/10/2014
What is the best gfx card i can upgrade this machine to...it seems a bit tight in there.
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01-12-2016 03:47 PM - edited 01-12-2016 03:54 PM
I got a full-height over-clocked Gigabyte GTX 750 Ti with dual fans in mine (it's shorter than some with dual fans.) Fits and works great. It does need one 6-pin PCIe power connectors, so it does need an after market psu.
01-13-2016 12:03 AM
Thanks fpr the quick reply, Ill go and take a look. Im really bummed my HD4850 does work at all, its all I needed as I only play old games. Ill take the box into the shop to be sure it works before i splash out. Im suspecting its been slightly neutered as an OEM board.
04-24-2016 05:18 AM
So i've got a m91p desktop pc and I upgraded to Win 10.
I wanted to add a Nvidia gtx 950 to my Pc but I can't find drivers for my Pci serial port, the gpu isn't detected by the pc!
I've done every update possible today and I used the lenovo solution centre and it detected the port!
What should I do?
04-24-2016 05:52 AM
04-24-2016 09:59 AM
No, it sounded like 2 seperate issues: the PCI slot drivers, and having the GPU detected. Downgrading the OS isn't going to solve the BIOS not recognizing the graphics card. If you're at the latest BIOS, and it's not recognized, there's nothing that can be done.
04-25-2016 05:22 PM