Question about Asrock P4I45GV R5 Motherboard
I hav a nvidia 8400gs graphics card , 3 gb ram,160 gb hdd,2.0 ghz core 2 duo pro.how can i increase my graphics card sizeto increase its performance:please tell me the procedure
1. by sharing it with hard disk
2.by sharing it with ram
3.what are the after effects of this procedure?
Go to your bios setting > chipset feature > onchip AGP.
you can increase your Graphic card from ther if it is on bourd.
Posted on May 30, 2009
I'm sorry but graphic card memory cannot share with a hard disk and computer memory, the hard disk and the ram can share memory called page file to increase performance if your ram is too little for the system to handle.
If you want better performance with your graphic card with more memory, I recommend you to buy a new graphic card with more memory like 256mb or 512mb. when upgrading your graphic card you should check with your system for the slot type(PCI, AGP, PCI-E) and buy the same type to work with your system.
I you need help on upgrading send me a comment.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
If anyone if i can upgrade a graphics card from ATi to Invidia ????
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
I have nvidia geforce 5500 graphic card in AGP how to inrease my graphic card its work like 7400.please tell me any one.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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