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Need to increase the ram on the VGA Card

Current my system is running a 128 mb ram NVIDIA GeForce MX 440 with AGP8X VGA card on the ASUS P4P800-X Motherboard. Can I increase the ram of the VGA to 512mb? Or How can i know how high the ram of the VGA can my motherboard support?

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Hi,
Your board will support any AGP display card you install, regardless of the amount of memory(ram) it has. So yes, it is possible to upgrade to 512MB, but you will have to purchase a 512MB display card.
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What you can do is go to the mother board's company and go to the specifics and it should tell you what type of memory it supports and how much your motherboard can take on memory. on the board and on AGP video card.

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My friend you can add RAM on your VGA by purchasing another Higher Video card  RAM. you can buy 512mb (265 - 512 bit) VGA Card to increase your VGA RAM. 

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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