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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 ca…rd 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 with no lock at the end. All of these slots should be located in the bottom left corner of your case, and they will run parallel. If you're having trouble getting the card in, you've probably gotten the wrong socket type, and no, they aren't cross compatible.
An integrated video card is "integrated" into the motherboard. That means the motherboard has a video card built in. A "discrete" video card means that you have a separate v…ideo card, one that typically plugs in to one of the expansion slots.
Video cards (also called Graphics cards) are used to display images from the computer to a monitor.Without a video card you would have no way of connecting a monitor to a comp…uter unless the motherboard had a built in graphics chip.The more video ram a card has and the faster it is the better it will work,making video intensive programs such as games run faster and look better.A good video card will also make video editing & playback programs run smoother and work faster.
Answer A video card is an internal component that connects your motherboard to your monitor. It is usually plugged into your motherboard, and has a connector at the …rear of your computer to plug in your monitor. Sometimes the videocard is built-into the motherboard, but it serves the same purpose. A videocard with high memory will improve the speed of your computer, as it will be able to show images on screen faster than a slower one - meaning that the computers CPU can concentrate on other things. If you have a videocard with 64MB RAM (memory) for instance, it will run AVI movies pretty well full-screen. A videocard with only 16MB will be very 'sticky' and might not play the film at all. You need some form of videocard in your computer or you won't see anything on the screen.
Generally yes, however some video cards also accept input from other devices.
Answer . A video card is a circuit board with connections for a monitor on it. It gets inserted into one of the expansion slots in the computer motherboard. When it is inse…rted correctly, the end with the monitor jack will be sticking out the back of the computer. Video cards are typically used for better graphics.. Answer:. Video Cards, also known as display cards, graphics cards, graphics controllers, or graphics accelerator cards, convert binary data (bytes) into display images. The Video Card is part of the usual complement of computer hardware. The Video Card is external to the motherboard; that is, it is a separate hardware that is attached to the motherboard through the appropriateslot
you connect your crt display or monitor to the video card on your computer A video card is a computer chip you usually insert into your computer via a AGP… slot inside of your computer (usually the same thing a sound card is in) the purpose of which to process images. if a computer does not have a video card the computer has to split the processing power between everything. but with a video card, the card processes the video instead of the computer, so you have better performance and better graphics on pretty much anything.
This depends on what you mean by faking the video card. You cannot fake one if you have none installed at all. However, you can trick software into thinking you have a video c…ard other than what is installed. When monochrome displays were common, some software required CGA monitors. Some monochrome adapters were Hercules compatible, but the software was not. However, there were programs you could install to allow CGA compatible software to run on Hecules monochrome compatible hardware. Another thing that can be done in some cases is to fake a different model of video card. That often requires editing the ROM instructions in the video card and flashing them back to the card. This is risky and may also violate license agreements in some cases, but performance can sometimes be gained this way.
Apple's iPad does not have a standard video card. Apple designed their own processor (called the A4) to control the iPad and incorporated the PowerVR SGX 535 graphics processi…ng chip to drive the graphics.
A graphics card, video card, v card, video board, video display board, display adapter, video adapter, or graphics adapter is a computer component designed to convert the logi…cal representation of visual information into a signal that can be used as input for a display medium. Displays are most often a monitor, but use of LCD TV, HDTVs, and projectors is growing increasingly common with the growth of the media center computer concept. The graphics card and display medium are able to communicate utilizing a variety of display standards. Graphics card are both integrated into motherboards, and sold as expansion cards........ wow this guy just copied this from a dictionary
A video card (also known as a 'graphics card') is used to generate and output images onto the display.
Dell and HP do not manufacture Video cards, they simple use cards made by other companies. IF you mean put a video card from an HP computer into a dell one, then yes, you may …be able to. Both the card from the HP and the motherboard from the Dell need to use the same slot (PCI, PCI-E, AGP,) and also the motherboard slot should ideally have the same speed as the card (1x, 8x,16x) or be greater. Most newer video cards also require supplimental power so the approptiate power connector needs to be available (most likely 6pin, dual 6pin, or 6pin and 8pin). It is best to bring the card and computer to a store so that they can look at the specifications to tell you if they will work together
The simple answer is: it renders graphics on your computer from window animations to video games. Complex answer: Your computer already has these capabilities without a de…dicated video card. because all computers have one integrated into their CPUs(central processing unit). Intel i series such as i3, i5, i7 processors have pretty good GPUs(graphics processing unit, aka video card). Some are worse. but all computers have them. the integrated gpu's are not too good for hard gaming or video encoding, so it's recommended to buy a dedicated video card.
A dead video card is a moderately hard thing to diagnose if you don't have the right equipment or expertise, however there are some simple ways to make sure that the video car…d is the problem. This is all assuming that no picture comes up when you turn on the computer. 1. Make sure that the monitor or display you are using is on and switched to the right input channel. 2. Turn on the computer: if you hear fans blowing and the machine boots up(meaning that the computer makes funky beeps and seems to do all of its normal things) then the video card could be the problem. If the machine doesn't turn on or doesn't beep, its obviously not just the video card that's the problem. 3. Try plugging the monitor into the integrated graphics output if you have one. Many computers today, mainly desktops, come with an integrated graphics chip along with a much more powerful dedicated video card. If you get a picture, than yes; your video card is dead. 4. If you have a spare video card, use all safety measure to remove your video card and try a different one. Many times this is too risky for the average user. 5. If all else fails, take your computer to a repair center or computer expert, because chances are, something important is dead and needs to be fixed.
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If I have an Ati radeon x1250 video card specifications on a game I purchased are 128 MB Video Card with support for Pixel Shader 2.0 do I need a new card?
You Can run the game. It depends on what memory and processor you have (im assuming its an amd). The x1250 is an onboard graphics chip. It supports pixel shader 2.0 but may no…t run that fast. The total physical memory of that chipset is up to 830mb. But it takes its memory from the ram you have installed. For instance if your running 2gb memory then depending on the games specs it will decrease the amount of overall ram you have left for actually making the game run fast. So if its a 128mb spec game and you have 2 gb of ram then you only have 1872mb of physical memory left. Hope that helps. I have an x1250 myself but own an xbox 360 so i do all my gaming on there.