Are the Z77 motherboard and 980 Ti compatable?

Discussion in 'Motherboards' started by savagepagan, Apr 21, 2019.

  1. savagepagan

    savagepagan Gawd

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    I read it may or may not be. Not sure.
     
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  3. savagepagan

    savagepagan Gawd

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    Thanks. I was looking at the Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe for a kinda htpc build.
     
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    Furiously Fast Reply already handled it but I will add a YES to that also :)



    *posted from a P8Z77-M Pro + 980Ti.
     
  5. deaedius

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    Sure is coming from a secondary build with a z77 and 980ti.
     
  6. MyNameIsAlex

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    Are you looking to buy a 980TI?
     
  7. savagepagan

    savagepagan Gawd

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    No. I already have one.
     
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    hdfreedom Limp Gawd

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    I just pulled an Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe w/3770k and G. Skill Ares F3-1866C10D-16GAB from my HTPC. Not sure what to do with it yet.
     
  9. savagepagan

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    Thats sounds interesting. Got any pics? Do you have a asking price for that bundle? You got PM.
     
  10. Dan_D

    Dan_D [H]ardOCP Motherboard Editor

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    The point of a standardized bus specification is to ensure compatibility with expansion devices in any motherboard. There are some exceptions, but consumer video cards should work in most consumer motherboards. Where you typically see issues is mixing hardware intended for the consumer or server markets with each other. Even then, its rarely a problem.