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No. Simply no.
No maker will supply a list of compatibility for all components.
They do supply on their site CPU and memory sticks. But as you suspect memory has more parts that can work but stick to crucial if you don't have the time.
No maker is supplying lists for graphic cards. For now, if you have a PCIe slot, then a PCIe graphics card is fine.
Sorry to be a buzzkill here but no maker has such lists. I can see how new builders would want such.
Note: Edited for spelling.
Post was last edited on March 29, 2018 1:26 PM PDT
Translate to bulgarian.
Translate your english into bulgarian, otherwise i can not understand anything. Call the expert to write to me on e-mail I do not understand these things
But you can try Google Translate.
But the really short answer is no. Makers do not publish lists as you asked.
do you have skype?I do not know what is it PCIe card?
question-each PCIe is a compatible for every motherboard that has a slot for PCIe Graphic? The question is whether each PCIe is compatible with all motherboards that have slots for PCIe?and these PCIe do your cards have a fan or memory like the example now 4gb ddr5?You did not answer me if:whether to buy these three things and will work with my motherboard, and they are:toshiba 2tb p300,EVGA psu 450w,processor Phenom ii X4 3ghz.At least answer whether to buy these three as you wrote them or instead toshiba 2tb -to change with seagate 1tb barracuda?maybe toshiba is not compatible as seagate
question-each PCIe is a compatible for every motherboard tha
1. question-each PCIe is a compatible for every motherboard that has a slot for PCIe Graphic?
While that's a begginer's question, without getting into the odd case, a PCIe slot for GPUs is almost always the x16 size and all cards work there with extremely rare exceptions. Too rare to mention.
2. No Skype. Microsoft broke that thing and besides, being in a forum you get more answers.
3. I didn't tell you to buy these 3 things. YOU must check if the CPU is on the maker's web page of compatible CPUs. Since you didn't supply the link to the motherboard you have, I can't do this for you. I can only tell you what to check.
4. Toshiba, Seagate, etc. Storage is storage. I've never heard that Toshiba is not compatible as Seagate but could think that very new builders could think that. Absolutely false. Someone is giving bad information.
-> In the future if you have more than one question. Number them so we can tackle them one by one.
Note: Editing for spelling.
Post was last edited on March 29, 2018 1:06 PM PDT
explain what it is PCIe slots
Explain to me what it is PCIe ?Can I buy myself PCIe for this motherboard and with it I can play CS: GO?and these PCIe do they get along with gpu 4gb ddr5?you did not answer if that gpu 4gb ddr5 from aliexpress:yeston 4gb gpu ddr5 80$-and this one gpu will you work well on my motherboard and 16gb ddr2?explain these things to you because you only write short negative answers.
Sorry but what is PCIe slots
Is all over the web. My short version is that one PCIe x16 slot is rarely incompatible with today's GPUs. Only your newest of the new or the gamer that is looking for 1 more frame per second would go beyond this definition.
Will you recommend another forum?
Recommend me whom to turn to or another forum that will help me immediately. Help with you no friend.Are You Americans a Friend? Say A Sample Of What To Buy To Know Like: For Example Maybe My Motherboard Does not Leave gpu from 3 gigabytes up and just have to put up to two gigabytes of graphics video card.
Another false assumption.
There is no reason that you can't use a 2GB or 3GB or even 16GB video card.
I fear you are getting bad information. For example new builders often get the idea that the RAM for the CPU has to be the same as the GPU. Totally false.
Other forums? Sure. Tomshardware but I worry they might flame you if you are not doing some homework.
i was kicked out of tomshardware
they kicked me out of there already with banned.they removed me because I wrote to them that I was not satisfied with their short, incomprehensible answers.
I can see why. No offense
Everyone has to start somewhere. Even the PCIe question has been answered thousands of times and many forums will not put up with folk that won't take the short answer for repeat questions.
I know I'm guilty of giving the short answers on a question that has thousands of prior answers. I don't write at length. Just short versions.
Do you know someone who can help me
No more money for jokes, I'm paying for the Internet and before I paid for the electricity on the computer. You do not know anyone who can stop this boredom for my new computer, and I'm playing in CS: GO.the money is no longer to pay for the internet. It was a boon that the minimum requirements for the game are virtually no the money is no longer to pay for the Internet. It was a boon that the minimum requirements for the game are almost none:1gb ram on win xp,256mb gpu,dual core.38gb space to save the game!and now no one knew what to buy
If the above is not helping.
Then you go to another forum. Find one in your language.
Hopefully I answered a few questions and removed some of the myths.
Can you ask the ones on the motherboard?
Thanks for the motherboard link.
But I can not answer the question about or create a list of compatible ram and cards. No one I know does that.
Also that link is not to your board so I can't help you yet about where the CPU list is.
Graphics 6gb ddr5
That's what it means 6gb ddr5?Does he suck six gigabytes of my 32gb memory ram sticks,suck to use these six or the graphics card itself has its own memory or built-in board with a value of six gigabytes ddr5?the graphics card sucks 6gb ram or it has integrated 6gb ddr5 memory video ram?
PC model information
Lenovo ThinkCentre M58p - SFF - Pentium E5200 2.5 GHz - 2 GB - 160 GB.Do you think this model will become for CS:GO game?with their 16gb ddr3 1033hz,gpu video card 1 gb purchase.pc is 75euro on sale
I want to buy cheap thinkcentre
In short form.
If you add a GPU with 6GB RAM, that has NO IMPACT ON YOUR MAIN CPU RAM. It does not add or subtract system RAM. never has. Again I accept that folk new to PCs may think such a thing but it's best to correct bad thinking as soon as possible.
Also, even if you had some card eat 6GB out of 32GB RAM my bet it would not impact overall system performance for gaming today. If you want to game, the sweet spot is 16GB with a min of 8GB.
32GB is for folk that want that last 0.1 FPS.