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Hi. After looking at the specs of your tower, the Celeron cpu you have runs at a slow 533 MHz FSB speed and is a single core processor. The good news is that your motherboard is designed to handle an intel Pentium D Dual Core CPU 900 series. Your motherboard uses a type Socket T plug (CPU Plug type). The processors name is The Pentium D 920. Have Fun.
the specs is already good for browsing and some sort of document editing. however, if you wish to play games or do video editing, i suggest you get a good video card. 1gb video card will be good. Even if you have a good amount of ram but your video processing memory is shared, it will definitely slow your computer.
you can't do because those games require builtin directx 9, pixel shader v 3.0 and other stuff
The Mobile Intel® 915GM/GMS, 910GML Express Chipset family is compatible with versions of Microsoft* DirectX* up to 9.0. Support for previous versions of DirectX (8.x, 7.x, 6.x and 5.x) is also available.
In conclusion, if you want to play those games you must buy a better videocard
Lag problems wont be anything to do with your monitor, more driver problems or an incompatibility with your new card. Try getting up to date drivers and contact their tech support (the graphics card) and give them your system spec. They will advise if the card is not compatible. This is not about the Windows version, but more about your RAM/HARD Drive speeds.
Also, if your PC had, prior to this install an on-board graphics chip then this can cause problems such as this which cannot often be fixed - try ensuring the onboard graphics is switched off on the BIOS if you can.
With those computer specs you are going to be limmitted to older or less resource consuming games. You might try turning all the video settings to minimum in the game options, and to turn off everything you dont need in windows itself , while you are playing.
But the bad news is you dont have cpu, video, or memory enough to play most of todays highend 3d games..
it is ok but not to the video card or the memory card?
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Because lagging/slow that's why....!!!
If your power light is on and no long beeps from your computer then is your intergrated video chip is bad. Your system board dosnt support agp or pci-e video cards. You will have to settle for a pci video card here is a good computer store to purchase one. http://www.mwave.com/mwave/Deepsearchdd.hmx?%CustURLState%