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The 128MB 32x2 refers to the graphics card's ram memory.
It refers to the DRAM chips on the graphics card, and chip configuration.
Nothing to do with 32-bit, or 64-bit. The dark rectangular chips, on the side of a Ram Memory module ('Stick'), are DRAM chips.
Made by DRAM manufacturers.
For graphics cards it is SGRAM DRAM. Synchronous Graphics RAM.
(Random Access Memory)
For the Ram Memory module ('Stick') it is SDRAM.
Synchronous Dynamic RAM.
Chip and Chipset are slang terms for I.C.
The DRAM chips are rated in size. Your graphics card's DRAM chips are 32MegaByte in size.
128MB, and 32x2 would be four DRAM chips that are 32MB in size.
The 2 refers to how the chips interact with each other. Depends on how the DRAM chip manufacturer set them up, and how the graphics card manufacturer implemented it.
The graphics card IS set up for a 32-bit Operating System, OR a 64-bit O/S.
It's technology will work with either O/S.
Direct X 9.0c was the last upgrade for Windows XP.
Direct X 10 was made exclusively for Windows Vista,
Scroll down to the - Releases -chart.
Posted on Apr 28, 2012
You can upgrade it direct x 10. on win xp.
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