Question about Acer Aspire Predator G3610 Desktop Computer
Posted by Anonymous on
To upgrade the GPU you need to see what expansion slot it has on the motherboard for after market video cards. Once you know that then you can buy any card that has that expansion slot configuration. The thing you run into that really you shouldnt because your pc is fairly new. Is how much ram you can allow to allocate to the new card. The way you are clear of this issue is to buy a card with the ram built on then its not allocating any. As well be sure to go into bios and turn the other card off if its an onboard. Tell the pc to look at the new slot for video boot. This will stop any lag on boot.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You'll need to install the drivers for your video card. If you don't know the manufacturer for your card, you'll have to look on the video card itself, which is the card that the monitor connects to. If model number should be written on the card, then simply go to the manufacturers homepage and download the appropriate drivers. If your video card is built onto the motherboard, you'll need to find the model number of your motherboard and follow the same process. Hope this was helpful.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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