Originally Posted by fishyyy
will my motherboard support this card ? yes
whats this Gddr3 Gddr5 on graphic cards? The type of memory used on the card. Higher the number, faster the memory. Do not confuse this with system memory.
And my mobo has PCI express x16 and the graphic card supports 2.1. whats the deal help me out
Nearly all graphics cards today, use the PCI express x16 format. The 'x16' is the number of PCI lanes used (more lanes means higher bandwidth).
The 1.0/2.0/2.1 etc. is the version of the PCIe specification the card/slot is built to; higher numbers represent more recent spec. Newer spec'd cards and slots are backward compatible with older specs.
All that said, your motherboard will accept and run your new card.
PS: Re graphics memory. The type of memory used on your motherboard has no effect on what type of memory may be used on your graphics card. The two are completely separate.