What OS are you going to use (there are some threads on hukds)? ML115 thread with ML110 chat:- If it is x8 speed then that's similar speed to AGP, so as ATI offer a AGP 3850, then a cheap 3850 pci-e would make sense (if drivers are ok). I just brought one from ebuyer for £55ish for my 2nd louder PC (free delivery). I remember reading that some pci-e cards had to be trimmed to fit the slot on the cheap servers that peeps were converting into PC's. Be careful to check the size inside your server, there can be issues with clearance on long gfx such as the 3850 I linked to. There are other shorter non-reference gfx that may fit if you cannot accomodate the length (oh er miss's ).
ASAIK you also need a sound card, so the 3850 could remove this requirement if you have a HDMI TV or AMP. Double check your PSU draw. I'm in the same situation as you. I have the same server and want a good graphics card runing on vista 64bit. After spending several hours researching i have found this: I will connect HD3850 which offers great performance for the money (i think its the best card you can get for 50 quid). Apparently the speed reduction from x16 to x8 is barely noticeable (1/2 fps) as reviewed by toms hardware.
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I'll update the thread to let you know how it works. I've also bought a 15 quid 500w psu from ebuyer since the stock one is 300 or so watts. __ An example discussion on the matter. An update for you. Got the hd3850 in with a hiper psu, and the x8 to x16 slot converter i linked to. The pci-e x8 only gives 25w compared to the x16's 75w. The 3850 uses no more than 99w at full stress, so it uses the 25w from the pci-e x8 and the extra power comes from the pci-e 6 pin power lead from the psu.
Horrible Histories Vicious Vikings Pdf Printer more. So basically - if you're going to run a x16 card on an x8 slot then you need either a low powered card (with no more than 25w peak usage), or a psu that can provide power through the 6 pin pci-e lead. Some more reading on the matter. Sorry guys, I'm getting a bit lost in this thread, and I was wondering if any of you could offer a few quick words of advice. I have a ML110 G4 which I currently use as a media server, situated in the cupboard under our stairs. Recently I've been thinking of running a DVi/VGA/HDMI cable from it to our recently wall mounted tv in the living room. Using the RF controller for my Pronto remote, this would then allow me to run Media Center or better still XBMC on the server, with the output going to the living room tv a good 10m away.