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 Is a ddr3 video card compatible with a ddr2 motherboard?

Answer The DDR3 memory on your video card is entirely separate from the DDR2 memory on your motherboard. As long as the motherboard has a suitable interface for your video card, such as PCI-Express, they... Read More »
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Can i use a video card that has DDR3 on a motherboard that is only DDR2?

Absolutely. Video ram and system ram are completely independant of each other.I'm running a video card with DDR5 ram and i still have DDR2 system ram.
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Can you use a video card with ddr3 on a computer with ddr2?

You can use a video card with DDR3 on a computer with DDR2. The RAM memory on a video card and the RAM memory on your computer are in no way related and do not have an effect on the functionality o... Read More »
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Does a DDR2 motherboard support a DDR3 graphics card Plz help.Processor: Intel core 2 duo CPU @2.00 GHZ ?

Yes. The memory on the GPU is different from system memory.
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Will a DDR3 work on a motherboard with a DDR2?

Motherboards will support either DDR3 memory modules or DDR2 memory modules, but not both. Memory slots on the motherboard have either one or to key notches in specific spots to physically prevent ... Read More »
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