Question about Gateway GeForce4 Ti 4600G, (128 MB) Graphic Card
My original Gateway FPD1830 monitor is dead and I'd like to replace it with a 19" or 20" LCD widescreen monitor. Native resolution for these is 1440 x 900 or 1680 x 1050.
With updated drivers can the original Gateway GeForce4 Ti 4600G serve the newer high-resolution monitors? If not, what is the least expensive replacement graphics card that would work?
My old Gateway 500 xl has 3 PCI and one AGP slots. Don't remember whether the Gateway graphics card is PCI or AGP-- in any event, the newer PCI-ex cards won't work.
1600 × 1200 32-bit color is the maximum resolutions of u're video card. And the native resolution of the monitors is the highest resolution supported by them, so there is no worry, u can use the video card u have ... !
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
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