Question about Intel Celeron D 325 2.53GHz 533MHz 256KB Socket 478 CPU (Bulk)
I want to buy a new graphic card. so, i went to a site called http://www.sparkle.com.tw in it there are PCI graphic cards not PCIe.It says that Memory Clock :
512MB DDR2 .the name of the graphic card is GeForce 9400 GT Series - SP94GT512D2L-HPP.
what do you mean by DDR2?
for what this DDR2 stands for Can i use this on my Celeron d 325 CPU
2.53 GHz.My mother board is Intel® Desktop Board D845GVFN.And i have 2GB ddr ram.<<<<<I saw Memory Type : 1024MB DDR2 for another card in the same site can i use it ?.its name is GeForce 9400 GT Series - SP94GT1024D2L-HPP.
PLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEZE help me
The DDR2 is the type of memory used on the Video cards board. It doesn't affect if you are able to use the card in your computer. What does matter is the form factor of the graphics card, which is typically PCI, PCI-E or AGP. If you can look at *********** board, you need to look and see if there is a graphics card already installed(It may be built into your motherboard. Either way, your looking for about a 3" long by 1/2" high white slot, or a similar brown slot... if you don't see either of those, you more than likely will use a regular PCI slot... these are about 5-6" long and white. Best thing to do is find out the make and model of your motherboard and look for the soecs online. Or you can download a free program called Everest Home Edition. Run that program, and it will give you all the information you need. Be careful if it PCI-E, because there are different speeds, PCI-E 1, and PCI-e 16(there might be more, it's been a while since I've dealt with video cards), but make sure you know which one you have first.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
Let's make this clear, There are many factors that contribute to a videocard's performance. The BUS which is the connection from the card itself to the Motherboard , though not the most important, is one of them.
PCI is extremely slow compared to PCI express and a videocard with PCI bus suffers from a strong bottleneck that makes it quite unsuitable for 3D graphics.
a PCI card is good as second display adapter to connect extra monitors to your pc: handy feature for data monitoring and multitasking but not that much as a gaming card.
Your motherboard does not have an AGP slot, but also has an Intel integrated graphic chip, so a PCI Nvidia 9400 will be quite a big upgrade, but don't expect high gaming performance...
furthermore Graphic memory speed has a big impact on performance, but size does not.512MB DDR2 is a big but slow memory and 1GB I can say it's totally useless, you need to use a resolution way over full HD to take advantage of it, but a PCI card performs really bad on that.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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