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SE7520BD2V Xeon Server

idata
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I wish to upgrade the graphics capeability but I am unsure which type of graphics cards I can use, anything from 128mb upwards which type, which slot???????????????????????????

Thanks Pete

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idata
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Hi Dan_O

Many thanks for the response I remember seeing that pdf file unless I'm looking through glossey glasses I could not see anything that refers to compatible graphics cards or am I missing something?????

Any more pointers would be grateful!

One last thing curiosity more than anything would it be a problem turning a server machine into a pc change the OS to vista/win 7/ ubuntu etc????

Thanks Pete

Daniel_O_Intel
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It's entirely possible no graphics cards were tested. They often take lower priority on a server board, as opposed to a desktop board.

You can run a server as a single client, like you say. But you'll probably run into the same compatibility limitations - no support for desktop OSes, common desktop peripherals, etc.

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