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SAQI I HAVE INTEL 946GZ BOARD,1GB RAM & 1.8 C2D PROCESSOR. I HAVE PROBLEM WITH GRAPHICS.COMPUTER RESTART WHEN I PLAY GAMES.

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If you are using the on board graphics this will cause problems due to your 1 gb of ram being shared with the graphics and other things , for most of todays games that will cause many problems, I would suggest getting a video Card or playing older games that the on board graphics can support. The restart usually is a sign the the graphics capability is to low for the game, altho you can tweak your computer to some extent you will always still have problems. Now adding extra ram can always help but still i would recommend getting a video card first that your computer supports.

Hope this helps, let me know if i can further help,,,,larry


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Intel 946 mother board


You need at least 1GB of Ram Memory, and should have 2GB.
[512MB + 512MB = 1024MB or also stated as 1GB ]

The - Intel 946 - designator you have listed refers to the motherboard chipset.
It is either an Intel 946PL, or Intel 946GZ motherboard chipset,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_intel_chipsets#Core_2_chipsets

You can see the list of processors it supports. Also look at the Front Side Bus speed it supports (FSB), and note 65nm architecture for the processor.

As for office work, or surfing the internet; more Ram Memory will help.
For editing videos, or intense games though, you need a decent graphics card.

Regards,
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I have amd athlon 64 2800+ 1.8ghz processor i am having a problem while playing games like cricket 2007 the pixels get **** i had 512mb ram,80gb hard disk what should i do to play game in good...


A suitable graphics card will help your computer system display better graphics. You will need a graphics card and maybe you could do with at least 1GB of RAM.

Take care!
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If you are a "gamer" and you have 1GB of RAM, and you have Windows XP, you probably need more RAM.
If you are a "gamer" and you have 1GB of RAM, and you have Windows Vista or Windows 7, you DEFINITELY need more RAM.

Some motherboards support "dual-channel" mode, when you have 2 or 4 _IDENTICAL_ sticks of RAM. What happens is that each byte written to the RAM is "split" into 2 halves; one half is written to the 'A' stick of RAM, while, simultaneously, the other half is written to the 'B' stick of RAM. Obviously, this takes 4 "cycles" of the RAM, rather than taking 8 "cycles", if there was only one stick of RAM. So, your RAM seems to run at "double-speed".

So, when you buy more RAM, either try very hard to "match" your current 1GB stick of RAM, or purchase a "2GB dual-channel kit", or two "2GB dual-channel kits", to upgrade to 2GB (or 4GB) of RAM.

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Hi, I need standard spec info of VGA built on Asus P5GC-MX 1333 whether 64 Mb or 128 Mb. Many thanks & regards, Richard


you can use up to a maximum of 224 mb of your computer's RAM for the onboard video chip to use. You can install a video card with any amount of memory (which would give you a lot better video performance).

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I cont play 3d games graphic card is there in acer aspire 4720z


* The system configuration of Acer Aspire 4720Z PC Notebook is :

160 GB or larger hard disk drive / 5-in-1 card reader / 512 MB or 1GB DDR2 533 MHz DIMM module / Intel Pentium dual-core mobile processor technology T2310 (1 MB L2 cache, 1.46, 533 MHz FSB), Mobile Intel GL960 Express Graphics Chipset.

* Your system have "Mobile Intel GL960 Express Graphics Chipset" graphics accelerator card embedded in the motherboard. Like most of the laptops/notebooks, there is no room for upgrading the graphics card in the motherboard!

* But you can upgrade the RAM upto 2 GB using two DDR2 DIMM memory modules.

* If you want to play 3D games with better performance, switch to Windows XP SP2 and upgrade the RAM!

* If you want to upgrade the memory (RAM), you can check this site : http://www.laptoppartsexpert.com/c-60093-acer-aspire-4720-series-as4720z.html

please rate this advice if it helps

Nov 17, 2010 | Acer Aspire 4720 Notebook

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Cant find motherboard specs. ________________________________________ Hello. I cannot find the specs for my motherboard. Its the comp in my sig and the model number is E946GZT-AM.V1.0 its whatever came in...


As requested motherboard specifications for the Acer Power FH desktop computer,

http://support.acer.com/acerpanam/desktop/0000/Acer/PowerFH/PowerFHsp2.shtml

1) Processor Support:
Tells you what Intel processors are supported.

If you do not know what you are looking at, let me know, I'll explain it.

Doesn't state it, but I can tell you that it has an LGA 775 processor socket.
Has to in order to support the Intel processors stated.

This is what an LGA 775 processor socket looks like,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socket_T

2) Ram Memory Support:
Has two ram memory slots.
Each slot has a Maximum Amount of 1GB.
Total Amount for the motherboard is 2GB.

Supports (Uses) DDR2 Sdram that operates at a frequency rate of either 533MegaHertz, or 667MHz.
Which is PC2-4300 and PC2-5300 respectively.

3) Motherboard Chipset:
Uses an Intel 946GZ Northbridge chipset, and a
Intel ICH7 Southbridge chipset.

The link below states what the Intel 946GZ/Intel ICH7 chipset will support,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_chipsets#Core_2_Chipsets

4) Graphics Support:

Has the Intel GMA 3000 GPU for Onboard (Integrated) graphics.
(When you use the VGA port on the back of the computer.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_GMA

( GPU stands for Graphics Processing Unit. Type GPU in Wikipedia's search box for more information )

Also has a PCI Express x16 slot for a graphics card.

This graphics slot uses the PCI Express 1.1 technology.

Looking back at the link for the Intel 946GZ/Intel ICH7 chipset you can see it was brought out in the 7th month of 2006.

(Release Date: 2006.07)

The PCI Express 2.0 technology was brought out
January 15, 2007.

If you're wondering, whether a graphics card based on the PCI Express 2.0 technology will work on it, the answer is yes with no sweat.

The reason why is that PCI Express 2.0 technology is Backward Compatible with PCI Express 1.1 technology.

You won't get the full capability of the PCI Express 2.0 graphics card.

Will you notice? NO.

Games and 3D programs haven't begun to scratch the bandwidth of PCI Express 1.1 yet, much less the PCI Express 2.0 technology.

(Look up PCI Express on Wikipedia.
Also check out the external links at the bottom of the page)

I'm guessing the form factor of the motherboard is ATX, but I am just guessing at this point.

I base my deduction on the fact that a PCI Express x16 slot, and a PCI Express x1 slot is used, plus there are two PCI slots. (All are Expansion Slots)

You have to have enough room for all this hardware, and I don't see a Micro-ATX form factor motherboard as having the room.

But you can easily check for yourself.

Micro-ATX is 9.6 inches by 9.6 inches.
(244mm by 244mm)
9.6 inches is approximately 9 and 9/16ths inches.

ATX is 12 inches by 9.6 inches.
(305mm by 244mm)

That's the main highlights of the motherboard. Is there anything else you wish to know about it?

If the computer is operational, and internet capable, you could go to CPUID.com, and download the tiny, little program CPU-Z.

It's free.
Gives you a real in-depth look at your computer hardware specifications, and what you have presently installed right now.

Should you need help in downloading it, or using it, let me know in a Comment.

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How do I find my graphics card on acer laptop 4720z and change settings to best play games


* The system configuration of Acer Aspire 4720Z PC Notebook is :

160 GB or larger hard disk drive / 5-in-1 card reader / 512 MB or 1GB DDR2 533 MHz DIMM module / Intel Pentium dual-core mobile processor technology T2310 (1 MB L2 cache, 1.46, 533 MHz FSB), Mobile Intel GL960 Express Graphics Chipset.

* Your system have "Mobile Intel GL960 Express Graphics Chipset" graphics accelerator card embedded in the motherboard. Like most of the laptops/notebooks, there is no room for upgrading the graphics card in the motherboard!

* But you can upgrade the RAM upto 2 GB using two DDR2 DIMM memory modules.

* If you want to play 3D games with better performance, switch to Windows XP SP2 and upgrade the RAM!

* If you want to upgrade the memory (RAM), you can check this site : http://www.laptoppartsexpert.com/c-60093-acer-aspire-4720-series-as4720z.html

please rate this advice if it helps...tc! :)

Jan 13, 2010 | Acer Aspire 4720 Notebook

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I just wanna kno if my GTA4 is gonna work smooth in full grafics with this card..


Well without knowing the card, i can tell you this.
I have a 8800gt 512mb, 4gb's ram and a 3ghz c2d e6600 and i get an average 42fps using the in game benchmark. It depends really what resolution you want to play at. I play at 1440 x 900. You would need at least a nvidia 8600gts or Ati equivalant card to play the game. Also a core 2 duo is definately needed to play this game smoothly- better yet if you have a core 2 quad. If you are using a laptop then I could almost certainly guess that it wont work. If you have a pc using intel graphics then it wont work either.

May 17, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Processors


well if compatible with your motherboard then you should get a core 2 duo- e6600 is a good performer if you can find it otherwise a e8400 is good. That graphics card sucks for gaming! The 1gb is irrelevant, you should try to get at least a 8800gt/9800gtx/ati 4850/4870 to game at high resolutions with high detail.

Apr 15, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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More Ram for graphics


You can share the RAM for VGA max of 256 only for some motherboards. On BIOS select the AUTO instead of selecting 128MB share memory.

Mar 24, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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