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Re: aboout ram and graphic card
I can help you with the first part.
Go to http://www.crucial.com/ and run the "Scan My System". It will tell you how much RAM you have, what kind, how many empty slots, and how much it will hold. It will also make suggestions.
It works rather well.
As for the graphic card, not sure what kind of motherboard you have. That is, what kind of slot you have. For gaming, I can tell you that you should get the card that has as much video memory you can afford. If you care to comment back with the model of your motherboard I may be able to help you further.
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Hello, I'm a huge gamer and a computer tech. What games are you trying to play? Oh, Need for Speed. Sounds like you have a really nice processor, But most any realistic graphic based games will not run with a on-board video. A dedicated video card will run many high end realistic PC video games with ease. This issue is very common with PCs and MACs for gaming. Solution would be to find a video card that would support all the games you wish to play.
Your PC has recommended specifications as required for the game. All you need is to optimize your PC, to do so perform the the following tasks: Stop unwanted background services Scan PC with an updated Anti-Virus Update graphics drivers Update Java If problem still exists then use Game Optimization Tool like PCFresher for an instant fix.
First I need to know about your machine (technical details) like Model of processor, Installed RAM and Video card with memory size or model number of it.
This is normally happens for the Graphics (Video) card. If it has lower memory capacity as well as processing speed of video card's GPU than the games required.
This is also cause for the lower installed memory (RAM) size, as Games requires.
You can get several information of your PC by System Properties. I don't know which operating system you are currently using so I can't tell you specifically how to get them. In case of windows go to Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Information
The built in graphics on motherboards are ok for drawing programs and such but not for high speed animation and graphics that games require. You need to get a add on card for your system either, be sure to get a card with a graphics set that is supported in your game.
Phew, k3! A ton of questions and even more confusion going on here!
Firstly (love that non-word), your Motherboard accepts DDR Ram. Unfortunately, DDR2 will not be compatible. Won't work. Sorry. It does accept up to 2gb of DDR Ram, though.
Second, for Graphic Card slots, it has 3 x PCI slots (NOT PCI-Express), which are great for G-Cards. Maximum amount of memory won;t be affected by your MB, but by your processor and ram. As long as it has a PCI slot for a PCI card, you'll be good. Just be sure to turn off integrated graphics in BIOS settings.
Thirdly, good luck. Opening up the side of your PC can be daunting at first. Ensure you either have the patience to learn before you touch or have the money to continue learning as you go. >.o