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Yes, it will. all the graphics rendering will be done by the 8400gs and the onboard chip will remain unused. it is recommended to disable the onboard graphics when a graphics card is installed to prevent conflicts. but to your question it will work better. although i would recommend a graphics card more powerful because the price differences at that performance level is very small.
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