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Intergrated Video is running very hot and lags (Intel Extreme2 )

My intergrated video chipset runns very hot and during a very low spec game my FPS laggs reall bad. Is there a way to cool the chipset or is it time a graphics card.

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Graphics card is intended for high resolution applications. i advise you to buy some. be sure to buy a graphics card that matches your motherboard.

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