what is the difference between having an onbo

May 6, 2011 at 16:20:10
Specs: Windows 7, ASUS M4A78LT-M LE\ RAM 4GB
i have an asus M4A78LT-M LE motherboard with ati hd 3000 onboard graphics {Name: AMD 760 G of ATI Tech Inc.} {Chip Type: ATI display adapter (0 X 9616) } {DAC Type: Internal DAC (400MHz)} {APPROX. Total Memory: 1660 MB}. is it equivalent to i gb dedicated external graphic card?? my processor is AMD phenom II X4 965 BE 3.4 GHz. some of the games especially NFS SHIFT, Prince of Persia doesn't seem to work smoothly, the video regularly hiccups and the game runs with comparative slowness since i'm having 4gb RAM DDR3. i have updated all the drivers still i can't work it out. i think the graphics memory is not enough. please help me.. what should i do?
and please tell me the differene between onboard graphic memory and graphic card.

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May 6, 2011 at 18:31:26
Integrated graphics suck for gaming. The amount of memory is only a small part of the reason why. I think if you simply compared the specs between integrated & a dedicated card, you'd understand the difference, at least somewhat, even if you don't know what all the stuff means.

Check the performance level of the 760G compared to other integrated chips & graphics cards, then read the 2nd article about gaming cards:



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