Pretty much just answering to back up what the others said about the Graphics RAM and System RAM being unrelated.
This question used to get asked a lot when graphics cards with DRR3 or GDDR3 Ram were more common.
PCI-E versions 1.1, 2.0, and 3.0 are also backwards compatible with eachother too. All you really need to worry about is the power supply supporting the graphics card.
If you're thinking of gaming then you'd be better off with a card that's faster than the GT 710. The 710 is meant for streaming and running multiple monitors.
Uh no! Don't expect to put a ddr3 graphics board into a ddr2 and get it to run ddr2 is way slower that's like blasting a fire hose through a drinking straw
PCI video slots do not need to know what video ram is on the video card, whether it be DDR3 or DDR5. The only device that sees that memory directly is the GPU itself, your system does not even care what video ram is being used by the GPU.
for an ultra low end card like that the pci 2.0 slot is fine
the ram in your system is irrelevant. PCI-e slot and power supply are all that really matter.
Sure it will support…..but it will operate at the slower pcie V2 slot speed…..
Yes. The video card is different than the motherboard.