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A piece of computer hardware that transforms binary data in the CPU into the viewable picture on the monitor of a computer. It is typically comprised mainly of memory, a processor heatsink, a processor fan, and a motherboard connection.
it's depends on what kind of software you are using, such as  photoshop, if you selected a layer, it show nothing around the  edge, but if you selected a specify object, it shows a moving  dotted line around the graphic. For AI ( Adobe illustrator ) it  shows a blue line with some small square...
If you have a dedicated graphics card slot on your motherboard (the  circuit board as other peeps call it) you can insert your discrete  video card in (there are many videos on how to install video cards  into AGP or PCI slots) and then install the drivers either from the  internet or the ones...
Get a new motherboard or a new graphics card.
The Intel page should have a downloads/support section for drivers.
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The voltage of that card is around 1.5 volts (the default for AGP  4x cards). [Source: PCReview UK]
I am sorry to say this but you probably need a new computer becauseyour video card might be old or low on memory.
The minimum is actually about 2 MB, but those don't exist anymore  so you can pretty much look for any graphics card.
no worry dude , you play Resident Evil Revelation there graphics  are 256mb . it is best game for playing
AMD/Ati is its main competitor.
I have P IV 2.4Ghz processor with D845GVSR motherboard. When I play  any HD movie pericularly .Mov movie its display driver fails and i  need to restart the PC. i have latest version of VLC player but of  no avail. Is it possible to play HD movies on my motherboard?
Well Im assuming you are on a PC. You click the "START" button and the click "RUN..." next you type "dxdiag" (without quotes) and click the "display" tab. In the box that says "device" is all your chipset information.
Try waiting a while, the try booting with one or more different boot parameters, the try running the installer in text mode.
For ATI GPUs, it's called CrossFireX. For NVIDIA GPUs, it's called SLI. More info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AMD_CrossFireX http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scalable_Link_Interface
Yes.. if you look at the specifications of the cards themselves,  you'll find the GT graphics card series are always better when the  number is in the hundreds.
When the cost of the upgrade outweighs the benefit of the upgrade.
The area of the motherboard into which expansion boards are inserted it is for holding the expansion board those improve sound and editing capabilities resources peter norton's computer fundamentals fith edition
I think it has 512 mega bytes! I checked on websites (Nvidia) and found out.
Well depending on where you go: Bestbuy: (where i got mine) $120-130 Walmart: if at all $160-200 online: anywhere from $120-400 not including shipping so your best bet is at Bestbuy.
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It really depends on the kind, series, number, and how much RAM you have on your computer.
Try to leave an empty slot between expansion cards to help with air flow.
Follow these steps, Uninstall current graphics card drivers. Before you install your new card, you'll need to uninstall your current graphics card's drivers to avoid any potential conflicts. Right-click My Computer and select Properties. Under the Hardware tab, find the button to open the Device...
No. PCI slots are used to connect peripherals such as video/sound/network type cards. Memory slots are much smaller and have little hook type arms at each end.
The 9500gt is better, but still you would not get satisfying performance with it. Go for 9600 or 8800. 8600 is fine but still not that satisfying.
just Graphic memory (GDDR)
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This question is not specific enough. It depends on the usage.
Yes very easy, remove the side panel from the case. Remove the old graphics card and replace with the new one. When you turn the PC back on you will need to install the software for the new card. Make sure you buy the right card for your motherboard, AGP, PCI-Express etc
  Nvidia is the name of the company, which manufactures motherboards named nForce and graphics card named GeForce. They are 2 different pieces of hardware.
On medium-high graphics at max resolution. Yes it will. You will get some lag as it is a very, very, very, very, very big game.
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The easiest would be to refer either to your motherboard manual or at your packaging that came with your graphics card.Or just download a copy of Everest Ultimate Edition
Nope. It doesn't matter what your computer specs are. PS2 disks are made to work with the PS2's hardware, not your computer's. I have heard about a program that used to be used to run playstation games, but chances are those are just rumors for the same reason above. Most likely those rumors have...
this depends on your computer and how old it is. ALL new computers have slots for pci express video cards. older computers may have slots for only AGP video cards other than the slot type there is no more specification on what brand or model is compativle. you can get one from ATI or NVIDIA, it...
  You can't, sorry. Pixel Shader isn't available in Geforce 4 MX, as it's entry level. You need to buy an AGP card like Geforce FX 5200 above, or 6200, or 6600.
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Peripheral component interconnect(PCI) is a high band width processor independent bus. It is the most widely used hardware interface for connecting the peripheral devices.
yeah but the 6150 has to be at least 512mb and it has to be overclocked.
Ehhhhhh probably   Acer Aspire E 15 E5-575G-53VG Laptop, 15.6 Full HD (Intel Core  i5, NVIDIA 940MX, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD, Windows 10) 
\nOdds are that the card you are attempting to insert is a different form factor than the slot on your motherboard. The primary video slots today are AGP and PCI-Express. Make sure that your video card is the correct type for the slot and it should slide in without much force. See below images...
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No. The card will work with the generic VESA driver, but it will  not be able to run the Aero interface or run applications that  require hardware acceleration.
If you are certain that you have the latest drivers installed and Tribal Trouble still doesn't run, try changing Tribal Trouble's settings file for better hardware compatibility. Just google it and you will find the key.
Open up the PC and it should be on the PCI or AGP slot on the motherboard and uses an extension slot. If you want to see it installed, go to Device Manager in Windows and select "Display Adapter."
Graphics processors (not always connected to a "card") are for all visual processing. So, everything you see on your screen, thats why you have a graphics card. A better card wont make it look much better, its already as good as its going to get unless videos don't run well or you're running games...
AN AGP universal slot has no notches so it can fit different AGP standard video cards.
Yeah, Although you can upgrade the video card on a laptop, it is very difficult and you would need to open your laptop up, and then un-solder the card and then put new compatible card in and then solder again. The soldering part is the main question... a professional computer tech will have to do...
  == Answer ==   basically, without a graphics card your computer can operate but you wouldn't be able to see what it's doing. 
the answer to this question is entirely dependent on what you want to do with your computer. for instance for web browsing on board graphics is good. basically your graphics card is good if you get good frame rates (typically 30 ish) in whatever application you want it to run. for infromation on...
    Unfortunately, the only way to upgrade the memory on a graphics card is to replace the entire card.
PCI-e, Most deffinatly. PCI-e 2.0 is the current technology and should be the one you are looking for.
No. With NVIDIA's naming system, the higher the number, the better it is (although cards that have a prefix like GT and GTX are higher than simple numbered series).
Ill say, no you cant. Own a Gigabyte 9800Gt Silent Cell.Have some problems with a stalling computer after a while playing games.I quess you can, but its not recommended.
No its not better, a Gb is amount to 1024 Mb :P
With very few exceptions, no as the video chip is hard soldered on the main system board (motherboard). Exceptions: You can only change a card that is already dedicated, which means it does NOT use shared memory and is NOT made by intel. Yes, you can ONLY upgrade Nvidia an ATI cards in a...
  == Answer ==   Use this link and verify that your looking at AGP not Pci Express.. (Some stores mislable Pci Express as AGP or as AGP 8x performance)     http://www.monarchcomputer.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=M&Category_Code=vc-comp     Some cards do have...
Depends what motherboard you get. Some have one, and some have 6.  Really depends
  == Answer ==   It all depends on whether or not the graphic card is an "AGP" or "PCI" (if your computer is newer: 5 years or newer, you should have an AGP port)the easiest way to tell is if it is an "AGP" card the gold part on the bottom will have 3 segments, where as "PCI" has 1 or 2. Its...
* efficient to define and modify a picture in a set of sub pictures. *segment is output primitives that are joined for modification purpose.
they are not the same inbuilt graphics are built in to your motherboard usually known as onboard graphics and are basic for uses like browsing the internet watching films of if you have a HDMI output on you motherboard you can watch blu ray. external graphics card usually go in the PCI-E slot in...
There are NO games that run without a Video card. Nor any computer that run games without a video card. This is because without a video card you cannot get a picture to show on your monitor.
  If your laptop has the MXM type video card it can be upgraded but not without stripping the laptop down. The MXM type card fits into a slot on the motherboard (My Toshiba Sat Pro A200 has the ATI HD2400) I upgraded this to the ATI HD 3450 which was bought from ebay.   If your laptop has...
An AGP card is a graphics or display card, which allows your computer to display an output on a monitor.AGP stands for Accelerated Graphics Port.
You need to do a process which is called flashing. But it involves 2 dsi's one that's v 1.3 or 1.4 and the new version 1.41. Look it up on YouTube they have a few videos on how to get it to work! Or your other option is buy one online that has already been flashed. I purchased mine at dsmods.com....
call of duty 4 modern warfare actually 1 gb ram is too low...nowadays minimum requirements always demand 2gb ram....graphics card 512 mb is not bad but also it depends what graphic card one is using so atleast you must always have a 2gb or 4 gb graphics card and ya you can play games like hitman...
You can't. If you want to use DDR3 you will need a motherboard that supports it, DDR, DDR2 and DDR3 all have different key slots and one will not fit into the other. Cheers.
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That depends. The good graphics cards can cost hundreds. It really depends on what your doing. If all you do on a computer is type and e-mail, then it's probably not worth it. But if you do high speed gaming or something of the like, then it is probably in your best interest to buy a new one. E BAY...
It depends on your expansion slot type. For AGP/PCIe, you should start off by opening the case. After opening the case, you should see a white or black slot normally, the card should slip right in and lock at the end of the card. As for PCI, you should just open the case, you'll see a white slot...
It really all depends on the rest of your system's hardware as well as how much dedicated RAM your video card actually has. Assassin's Creed II's specs are as follows: Minimum: - Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8 GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 2.4 GHz - 1.5 GB Windows XP / 2 GB Windows Vista - Windows 7- 256 MB...
AMD/ATI Radeon I.) Crossfire is the practice of using 2 ati video cards at the same time and phsically lashing them together with a cable. This can be done with 2 video cards of the exact model (if enabled) or with 2 cards of similar stats. *If 2 different speed pcie slots are used for this, the...
  == Answer ==   Froogle seach (Copy paste) for list of PCI Graphics cards     http://froogle.google.com/froogle?q=pci+128mb+3d&num=100&hl=en&lr=&rls=GGLD,GGLD:2005-03,GGLD:en&tab=ff&oi=froogler&scoring=p     If your needing performance, buy something name brand, Geforce FX...