It'll work, but it isn't a card I would recommend unless you are getting it dirt cheap.
If you post up a budget, I could help find a better one.
Originally Posted by malkinfleury
that mobo comes with built in video, and in the description for the video specs, it says maximum shared memory of 512mb. does that have to do with the onboard video? Will the nvidia video card with 1gb memory work with this mobo? also, the video card says dual dvi, does this mean i can use two monitors? because that's something i'd like to do.
Thanks in advance.
Shared memory is what it is called when system memory is shared with the IGP (onboard graphics). It doesn't apply to add-in cards in any way unless you have hybrid crossfire or something.
Dual DVI means just that- two DVI ports = support for two monitors. Unless of course it says dual-link DVI, which means the DVI is capable of double the bandwidth of a single-link DVI cable, for higher refresh rates or resolutions.