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Cannot play games

I have the same type of mother board....and i need ur advice ... i upgraded my ram to 1gb.... and added a video card-ATI Radeon 9550 256MB.....but still i cant paly any games in it...advice ...

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One gig of ram is still very low for major gaming. For good gaming, you should have no less than two and preferred, you should have four or more. The card is ok as long as it is 256 megs of dedicated not shared memory.

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