"I already have pcie set on my MOBO"
Do you mean that you have set the graphics output to PCIe in the BIOS?
"if im placing my GPU and remove the pcie on mobo my pc wont start up but the fans is working"
Do you mean that when you install the GPU on the motherboard, then switch graphics output to onboard/integrated in the BIOS, the PC won't POST but the fans will spin?
"Powercolor RX 450 dont have pcie slot to plugin"
I don't understand what you are saying here.
Ok first theres already pcie plug on my MOBO..
I mean if i install or place my GPU to the motherboard its not working same with the fans
And the powercolor RX 460 dont have pcie slot
Is this your GPU? If so then it has a PCIe connector.
Is this your motherboard? If so then it has 1x PCIex16 slot (top), 1x PCIex1 slot (middle), and 1x PCI slot (bottom).
I think I know what you mean now. Do you currently have something else inserted into the top PCIe slot of your motherboard? If so, then you should move that to the middle PCIe slot, and install the RX 460 into the top PCIe slot, as only the top PCIe slot will have the bandwidth to drive your GPU.
Before you install the RX 460, you should go into the BIOS and change the graphics output to PCIe/External. Otherwise the graphics will continue to output from the APU to the motherboard display ports, and not from the GPU chip to the GPU display ports.
Thank you for reply , Sorry for delay i was sleeping that time
"Do you currently have something else inserted into the top PCIe slot of your motherboard? If so, then you should move that to the middle PCIe slot,"
Where should i move it at the middle? i can't see any pcie slot on the middle (Sorry hehe noobie here)
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You will not be using the APU graphics together with the GPU, so select 'PCI Slot Video'.
With reference to the attached image of your motherboard, do you currently have something (wifi/audio card) plugged into the PCIEX16 slot? If so, then move that card to the PCIEX1 slot, as it does not need the full bandwidth provided by a 16 lane PCIe slot.
After that, install the RX460 in the PCIEX16 slot.
"do you currently have something (wifi/audio card) plugged into the PCIEX16 slot? If so, then move that card to the PCIEX1 slot, as it does not need the full bandwidth provided by a 16 lane PCIe slot."
What do you mean plugged into pciex16 slot?? (Sorry im noobie) because i disable my intergrated graphics card and when im opening my pc its not working tho... please hell
If you can illustrate on the image please so... thanks for you time btw
On the left side of the image there are 3 black slots running from top to bottom. They should have the PCI, PCIEX1, and PCIEX16 labels above them or to their right.
Is there currently 'something' inserted into the PCIEX16 slot? If not, then you can plug the RX460 into that slot, and connect your display to the RX460's display ports.
If yes, then you need to move that 'something' to the PCIEX1 slot, and plug the RX460 into the PCIEX16 slot. After that connect the display to the RX460.
Have you already done this, and found that you are not getting any image on your display when you turn on your system?
Its already done ... but i only need is to install the driver but my technician tell me that i should download the software here on amd forum and install it (RX 460 for WIN 7 ) where can i find that please help me
Go to http://support.amd.com/en-us/download/, then under "Manually Select Your Driver", choose:
Step 1: Desktop Graphics
Step 2: Radeon RX Series
Step 3: Radeon RX 4xx Series
Step 4: Windows 7 - 64-bit (the RX 4xx series do not support 32-bit Operating Systems)
Step 5: Display Results
In the resulting page, click on the orange download link associated with the "Radeon Software" name. Do not download the "AMD Minimal Setup".
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