Is my Graphics Card enough?

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May 6, 2009 at 22:28:15
Specs: Windows XP, 1.94GB
Hey Im new to this website and I thought you
guys could help me through your successful
feedbacks in the past
We all know the popular game CounterStrike
I play on it with an average of 9 fps on my
laptop. I recently bought a desktop (finally) and
I wanted to know if Counter Strike Source will
run smoothly, (20 fps-30 fps is fine for me as
smoothely). My video card is Intel(R) G45/G43
Express Chipset.
And I also bought Grand Theft Auto IV
I know it requires an Nvidia 8000 series but I
was wondering if my Videocard could handle
it, If not in the Lowest Settings possible?
If my Video Card cant handle Anything, Then I
guess its $100 Dollars down the drain for
those games.

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May 6, 2009 at 22:51:26
Check the specification requirements of the computer game that is written in the back of the game case then post it here. Together with the exact specs of your computer that you are going to install it to. so that we can compare if it'll really can support the game.

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May 7, 2009 at 06:00:51
Integrated graphics are generally not good for gaming. The system requirements for CS:S are fairly low by modern standards so you *should* be able to play that with no problem...the same can't be said for GTA5. Get yourself a a decent PCIE video card. You don't have spend $ can get good performance for a lot less. Here's one possibility:

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