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2005-08-29 06:50:25

new graphics cards that are compatible with DirectX9

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to know what your graphics card can handle we need to kno what kind of graphics card you have


absolutely. You need a graphics card in order to play any kind of game.


It has onboard graphics ATI Radeon Xpress 200M.


Most games require you to have a graphics card. These are fitted to the motherboard and provide a video output. Most graphics cards will also require you to install drivers.


All computers have some kind of GPU(graphics processing units). Cheap computers have them integrated into the CPU. So if you want to play high-end games, yes you should invest in a graphics card. other wise, you don't need to have one.


It's called either a video card, or a display graphics card.


That depends on what happened to it, what kind is it, etc... refer to your graphics card manual for help on troubleshooting.


the command lspci will tell you what hardware you have


Nope it doesn't matter what kind of ram you have in your graphics card as they are used for different things What does matter is what type of slots your computer has. Mine, for example, has slots only for PCI cards and I must buy PCI. You can find out what type of slots your computer has by calling TigerDirect. Start with what type of graphics card your computer can use.


It would have been integrated graphics unless you ordered a special card.Popular dell graphics card at that time nvidia geforce 2 32 mb.


Im pretty sure you do. When i fist bought spore the computer i used didnt have the right graphics card, so to play SPORE, you need the righ kind of graphic. and no i dont know what graphics it is. my dad bought me the new computer.


It is not the memory card that stops you from playing the games


To find out what graphics cards your computer can use you have to find out what kind of expansion slots your motherboard has. To do that you can download a diagnostic program like Sandra, it will tell you what kind of slots your motherboard has.


This laptop comes with DDR3 SDRAM, and GMA 500MHD, graphic capabilities.


MAC computers are different than most PCs. Look for a MAC graphics card and search apple sites. Most Macs are made very well and don't need customizations.


A processor of a computer does not interfere or limit to which kind of graphics card you can add. To find out which kinds of graphics card you can add, you need to open up your computer and find a x16 pci express slot. To find the slot you have to look around your motherboard to find a spot where it says x16 pc-express slot. If you have this slot, you should be able to add a graphics card. P.S. There are other factors to consider when adding a graphics card. For more information read below (related links).


Not all of them can, it depends on what kind of graphics card you have in your laptop. I would suggest going to this link: http://www.nvidia.com/page/geforce8.html It helped me find the best graphics card for my laptop.


Depends on how much RAM the card has. Also depends on what kind of processor you are running and also how much RAM your laptop has. I'm sure if you turn the graphics settings down low you could run it.


the HP a6500f has an onboard NVidia 7100 128mb...(bla, could be better)


You at least would need : 6GB RAM (8GB Would be so much better) NVIDiA Graphics card ... I Recommend Alienware laptops or Desktops


I saw them at bestbuy where they keep the graphics cards. Its some kind of graphics card with the usb flash drive??? My brother in Lousiana bought one and he doesn't like it.


The HP Mini, like all minis using the Intel Atom, come with the Intel Atom's standard chipset graphics card, which isn't terribly fast.


How I do it: See what kind of graphics card you have, in my case, ATI. Install these drivers for the Grahpics Card, then go through the setup and it should allow you to select your resolution.


Minimum system requirements can be found on the Second Life website, these specifications are continually changing.


As mentioned above, the PS3 uses the RSX "Reality Synthesizer", which is a modified version of nVidia's GeForce 7800 series. It's speed is 550MHz on a 65nm dye process and boasts a ~200 GigaFLOPS (Floating point calculatings per second) in terms of performance. It has 256MB of GDDR3 RAM, giving it sufficient memory to store the graphics for most PS3 games. While fairly advanced when it first came out in 2006, graphics technology has improved significantly since then, and a top-of-the-line computer graphics card of today could easily out-compete the RSX for performance.



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