Hi , i wanted to know that which port does my motherboard has for graphic card and also want to know that which card should i buy for gaming purpose in range of 5000-6000Rs my config is - intel d845gvsr motherboard, p4 processor , 1GB DDR1 ram ,80 GB HDD, DVD-RW, sound card n LAN card also m havin a joypad so is it used with a graphic card?
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The problem is not a question of which is better for your motherboard, but how much you are willing to spend and what you want to use it for. If you are using it for mostly gaming I would go for the fastest and most recent one on the market. But if you have a 2 Ghz single core processor you should buy the cheapest you can get.
Hello Friends.. If you want to upgrade graphics card then its depends on your motherboard Graphics port designe.. Mostly old Motherboard can support 128 mb to 256 mb Graphics card but if you need Higer then you should use latest motherboard....
Hi, slot video card can handle a multitude of tasks. If you want, you can now buy one that'll handle the graphics processing for your computer. This is a fine and wise solution if you have modest graphical needs. After all, if a spot of word processing, watching the odd DVD and a little e-mailing is all you have in mind, then on-board graphics (VGA Port of motherboard) is fine. Therefore, on-board graphics is fine if your intended use is modest, not so if you're likely to even entertain the idea of playing a relatively modern 3D game with the settings on a decent level, or undertake any task that involves a degree of graphical work.
It depends on your motherboard. If what type of video card it supports. If you have an older motherboard then it's either AGP or PCI. New Motherboards supports PCI-Express graphics card. There's also an indication what it supports. There's a label on it if it's AGP or PCI.
I am afraid Dimension 3000 has no support for PCI-e or AGP Video cards. You can however install a PCI Video card in one of the three PCI slots. Just ensure that the PCI Video Card you get is universal (i.e. supports both 3.3 and 5 volts).
When you have your new PCI Video card, check herefor guide to install the hardware.