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name: sis 650_651_MK650_740
manufacturer : sis
chip type: sis 640 rev oo
DAC Type : internal
approx. total memory:32.0 MB
current display mode : 1024*768(32 bit)(60hz)
monitor : plug and play monitor
You are running a low budget onboard chip for graphics. This SiS chip is barely enough for running windows. In order to play any directx or openGL game decently, you will NEED to buy a dedicated graphicscard.
Look for an Ati or Nvidia with 256mb or higher.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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