integrated video cards

June 13, 2009 at 12:44:39
Specs: Windows Vista 32 bit, dual core amd/128
Do u have to replace the video card to run the higher tech games or can u add another video or graphics card??2 gig ram

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June 13, 2009 at 13:13:48
Integrated video is not upgradeable & it's generally NOT good for gaming. If you need better graphics, you'll 1st need to find out which upgrade slot you have. Based on "dual core amd/128", you *probably* have a PCI-express x16 slot. You'll also have to look into your power supply specs. Most PCI-e gaming cards require a 6-pin PCIe plug, some require an 8-pin plug, others require both. So you'll have to make sure your PSU has these plugs available, plus it has the adequate wattage/amperge to support such a card. Then you'll have to decide how much you're willing to spend. This article should help with a card selection:

Best Graphics Cards For The Money: May '09

You'll need to enter the BIOS & disable the integrated video, then install the new card.

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June 13, 2009 at 13:22:58
Thans much forthe comeback! Didn't think about gaming enough and guess it is time to save up and go shoppin'

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