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Games so laggy

I have problem with my computer because its so laggy when im gaming and theres no slot for another graphic cards. Can u help me please...can i share the memory of my computr to make it more faster?Hope you can help me

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Re: Games so laggy

Either use a better Graphics card HD 210, GTX 540, OR FORMAT YOUR PC. Increase your Ram

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Re: Games so laggy

Integrated Intel graphics are not recommended for games because 3d graphics for games are too demanding. I would try lowering the detail settings and resolution of your games to the lowest possible settings.

It seems that your motherboard has no AGP or PCI express slots for installing a video card i recommend you buy a new motherboard and video card, perhaps a whole new computer will be more cost effective if you want to have better performace for your games.

Here's a video that explains why dedicated video graphics cards are so important, and why integrated video cards are not good for games.

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Ms6787 msi ver2

Since your motherboard has an AGP slot for a graphics card, or alternatively one of the three PCI slots, you will never be able to play current games in high graphical settings. On top of that, AGP and PCI cards are quite expensive nowadays, since they are nearly not used anymore and hard to find in a decent second-hand condition.
Anyhow, instead of spending money on what will probably be a dissappointment in the end, i think it's better to invest in a mid-range system-board with a PCI-Express slot. It may cost a bit more, but you'll be able to play you favorite games in an acceptable graphical environment.

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I have an intel dz77re-75k motherboard, can i use the EVGA geforce gtx660 with it or will it not fit in the gpu slot? Im looking for a good gpu to play games like Skyrim with at there highest setting.

There are two 'GPU' slots.

Two blue - PCI Express x16 slots, and based on the PCI-Express 3.0 technology.

Put it in PCI Express x16 slot 1, which is closest to the CMOS battery, or also can be said as closer towards the Processor.

The GTX660 should clear the motherboard chipset.
(Intel Z77)

I believe what you need to be concerned with, is the length, and height of the graphics card,

10 inches Long, 1.5 Inches Thick, and 4 Inches in Height.
(254mm Long, 38.1mm Thick, and 101.6mm in Height)

Measure inside computer case.

(Graphics expansion slot)

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

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Can my processor support my ram

RAM is not likely your problem. What games are you trying to play? It could be that your graphics card is underpowered for the games you are playing. You are not using your motherboard's built in graphics I hope. It could also be that your entire system us underpowered. You should check the minimum and recommended system specs for each game to make sure your machine is up to par. Even if it meets the minimum specs, you'd do well to make sure your system is more powerful than that as you will not likely have the best experience and will not be able to run the games at higher resolutions.

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What kind of agp card is compatible with motherboard?

any AGP is comparable with any motherboard that has agp slots. depending of what you wana buy..
the card that you might want to buy has to say AGP slot.

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What AGP video card will work best in this board? what one is easy to find on eBay? I need to purchase new - the board was a gift with no other cards.

Any AGP graphics card will work in a motherboard with AGP slot.
Depending upon the applications you wish to use with the computer, for example, for just word processing and e-mail, then you only need a low cost graphics card with not much video RAM.
If you have a reasonable powerful late model motherboard and you use it to play graphic intensive computer games then these games need a expensive graphics card with a large amount of video RAM.
Based on this you can go to your friendly computer shop to see what is available and the price range. You can also use Google to research what is available.

Oct 02, 2009 | ASUS P4B533 Motherboard

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You have an AGP expansion slot for a graphics card.
(Accelerated Graphics Port)
It uses either 1x, 2X, or 4X graphics cards. Since the only AGP graphics cards out there are 4X or 8X, the 1X, and 2X are moot points. (They were also Junk anyway!)

Your AGP graphics slot only supports AGP graphics cards that are 1.5 volts. There are AGP graphics cards out there, that are Universal. Universal in that they will run as AGP 8X, (.8 volts), or AGP 4X, (1.5 volts)

This is an example:

Don't expect to play the high end new intense games with this. I'm afraid you'll have to update your motherboard, processor, ram memory, and a better graphics card to do that.

(Example? XFX Nvidia nForce 680i LT SLI motherboard, Intel Core2 Duo E8200 cpu, Corsair XMS2 PC6400 ram memory, 1GB x2 of them, (DDR2 at 800MHz), and XFX Geforce 9800GTX+, vid card. (Plus OCZ SteathXStream 600W power supply)
This won't break the bank, and will slam some games to the wall!)

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I want to play an high graphic games on my computer Which is Intel D865GVHZ and do not have avg slot on it can I play the high graphics on PCI graphic card

In today's generation the PCI Express Slot are used for graphic card and it is available in many motherboards.

It is faster than the AGP Slot and PCI Slot.

In your machine, if you want to play higher games than you use that AGP slot because it is faster than the normal PCI Slot.
To play higher games you need an at least 2 GB of RAM.

My suggestion is that you just upgrade your system with latest motherboard and PCI Express Graphic Card that will play your all games very smoothly.

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I would like to update the graphic card in my computer

PCI Express cards can be expensive, as you've noticed. They are the fastest video cards out now, and you pay for the speed. The link below is for a moderately priced card, $129.99. There are other less expensive cards available. I have purchased from this site for years with good success. Check it out at:

Good luck, and please let me know how it works out for you.

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Graphic card for gigabyte motherboard.

I just bought and installed a HIS Hightech H467QS512P Radeon HD 4670 512MB 128-bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFire Supported Video Card - Retail. I pasted this from It is realy fast and is rated the best card for the money in CPU magizine this month. 80 bucks at Newegg with a free World Of Warcraft Game. PCI EXpress 2.0 is backward compatible with PCI Express 1.0 by the way.

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Hi, if you were to use something like the GEFORCE FX 5200
graphics card, this would work OK for most low level games. However if you wish to play the top end games you would need to upgrade either your motherboard to one with an AGP slot or better still one with 2 PCI-E slots.
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