|Passmark Video Card (and onboard video) Benchmarks|
Relative performance benchmarks,
Low end video cards
GeForce 6150SE - 54
"GeForce 6150SE nForce 430"
You DO NOT have a video CARD - a video CARD is removable - you have onboard video - a video adapter built into the main chipset - it's NOT removable.
VRAM = video ram. Onboard video does not have it's own dedicated video ram like video CARDS do - it shares the ram installed in the mboard.
You can increase whatever amount of memory installed in the mboard is being shared with the 6150SE onboard video to it's maximum in the mboard's bios, but that benchmark is probably when it has the maximum amount of ram being shared there.
If your computer is a desktop computer and has a spare PCI-E X16 slot, you will get much better video performance from just about any video CARD installed in that slot.
Installing a video CARD in the PCI-E X16 slot causes the bios to automatically disable the onboard video.
If you look at the Performance ratings list in Windows, the 6150SE onboard video probably has the lowest rating of all of them.
Your overall Performance rating in Windows is determined by whatever has the lowest performance rating.
High end video cards
GeForce 7800 GTX - 564
Geforce 7800 GT - 519
Geforce 7800 GS - 487
Radeon X1800 - 762