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AMD R9 How much is the motherboard graphics card size?

Asked by: Green 209 views Hardware December 13, 2018

AMD R9 How much is the motherboard graphics card size?

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  1. +2Votes  

    AMD R9 390X graphics interface is PCI Express 3.0 x16, which is basically supported by current motherboards. In fact, it is the length of the chassis. The ATX standard chassis can normally install most graphics cards, but if it is a Micro ATX small chassis that can only be loaded into a half-height graphics card, it cannot be accommodated because the front and rear lengths are not enough. Generally speaking, it is enough to have a space of about 30 cm from the left end of the graphics card slot of the motherboard to the front panel of the chassis.

    Question: Can this motherboard be used:
    Motherboard model ASUS B85M-K PLUS
    Chipset Intel Haswell – Lynx Point
    Serial number 151056827106595
    Motherboard version Rev X.0x
    BIOS version American Megatrends Inc. 0501 / BIOS Release Date: 05/14/2015
    BIOS size 8192 KB
    Onboard device Onboard Ethernet / network card (enabled)
    Onboard Audio / Audio Device (Enable)

    Answer: The ASUS B85M-K PLUS can be plugged into the AMD R9 390X, but the motherboard is a Micro Board (Micro ATX). Because the R9 390X does not have a half-height card, some small chassis may not be long enough. The space between the edge of the motherboard and the hard disk shelf must be more than 30cm to be loaded into the graphics card.

    Kevin Cooper- December 13, 2018 |

  2. +8Votes  

    What you need to consider is not whether the motherboard can plug in AMD R9 390X graphics cards, but whether the chassis can accommodate it

    AMD after upgrading]R9  390X graphics card and motherboard, otherwise the graphics card can be smoothly inserted on the motherboard, but not in the chassis, or barely can be put down but can not plug in the data cable.

    So first check your chassis parameters, see how long the graphics card can be, and then choose the right brand AMD R9 ;390X graphics card.

    Debra Lee- December 13, 2018 |

  3. +7Votes  

    The graphics card has no restrictions on the motherboard. Any motherboard can be paired with the corresponding graphics card. There are only good and bad points. AMD R9 390X high-end graphics card, relatively high power consumption. Therefore, a multi-phase power supply motherboard is required, and the motherboard capacitance is also durable. The lowest match: MSI B85-G41 (6-phase power supply) Price 529 ASUS Z87-A (8-phase power supply) Price 799 MSI Z97-GAMING3 (6-phase supply) Price 799 hope can help you

    Melissa Carter- December 13, 2018 |

  4. +2Votes  

    The interface is pciex16  Mainly see Does your cpu match this video card Can you play the performance of the graphics card

    Hughes- December 13, 2018 |

  5. +5Votes  

    The graphics card of the motherboard Is the PCIEX16 interface! Standard interface!

    Betty Cook- December 14, 2018 |

  6. +1Votes  

    are the same~! X16 interface

    Lisa Robinson- December 14, 2018 |

  7. +6Votes  

    PCIEX16 interface. It’s all standard

    Steven- December 14, 2018 |

  8. +4Votes  

    PICE Express 3.0 x16, which is the longest slot on the motherboard. The ASUS B85M-K PLUS has a PICE Express 3.0 x16 slot, plugged in to the next graphics card driver. Can be used

    Andrew Mitchell- December 14, 2018 |

  9. +1Votes  

    are the same, are PCIx16 interface

    Donna Green- December 14, 2018 |

  10. +8Votes  

    AMD R9 390X to PCI Express 3.0 x16 motherboard graphics card main parameters
    Applicable type desktop
    core code Grenada XT
    manufacturing process 28nm
    core frequency 1050MHz
    memory type support GDDR5
    memory capacity 8192MB
    memory bit width 512bit
    memory bandwidth 384GB/s
    DirectX version DirectX 12/Mantle/OpenGL 4.5
    Graphics interface PCI Express 3.0 x16
    Auxiliary power supply 6Pin+8Pin

    Question: Can the ASUS B85M-K PLUS motherboard be used?

    Answer: Yes

    Amanda Adams- December 14, 2018 |