Is an Intel or an radeon graphics card better?
Depends on what cards they are.
Is an On board intergrated Intel graphics with an Intel H61 Express chipset any good for a graphics card or would i be better off with an AMD Radeon HD 6530d Graphics card?
Radeon HD 6530d is the better one of the two. it is always better to have a independent video card then the onboard video chipset, because the onboard chipset uses the ram from the motherboard and a independent video card has its own ram to use and never uses the systems ram. so all in all, your computer will run games better with a independent video card then a onboard chipset.
Which iMac is better 24 2.8gh with Radeon HD 2600 pro graphics card or the 2.6gh with Nvidia 9400m graphics cards and why?
graphics cards are support memories for graphical instructions which may slow down the computer speed by keeping too much pending work for the RAM. So, the graphics card handles the tough job of graphics stationary storing until the processor is free to process them. And intel graphics card is a graphics card which supports or works only with intel processors .
HD4330 is a better card as it is from ATI's new series of cards. This new series is exceptionally better performing then its previous generation Graphic Cards. what that person said is incorrect.^ the ati radeon HD3200 would be a better card because it is in the form of a PCIe slot whitch allows better communication. the mobility is good for laptops and such because they do not have a way to upgrade the video…
As far as a side by side comparison, neither is better. If your looking to buy a graphics card from them, post the ones your interested in so then they can be compared. Both companies offer better graphics cards at different price points. If you mean which makes the best high end product, Nvidia currently has the highest performing single graphics card but ATI isn't far behind And by the way, Nvidia is the company…
Can I upgrade the graphics card on my laptop I have a gateway M-1625 with ATI radeon 1270 can I upgrade..interested in the ATI HD3870?
This stands for Video Graphics Array and refers to the component of the computer system which handles graphics rendering. Today, most of the cards responsible for graphics are called Graphics Processing Units (GPU). When someone talks about installing a VGA card or a graphics card, they're usually referring to a GPU. When you hear or read about GeForce cards or Radeon cards, for example, these are specific graphics cards from the Intel and AMD companies…