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My gaming Experience is choppy

I play WoW and my gaming experience is choppy after installing new Ram. What can I do to improve my system's performance?

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Maybe ur old ram is of 800mhz?and u add 533mhz?

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Games are hanging in my pc while i am playing


this is due to weak/slow components or a corrupt driver
if possible try to install your system fresh and use newest drivers from the internet for your mainboard, graphics card and network. if you still experience the same hanging - you need to get some faster/newer components

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Nvidia 8500 GT video card with latest drivers Trying to play Janes WWII Fighters,,game plays for about 8 minutes but then locks up any ideas why? I have used the Nvidia control panel with various...


1 GB of ram? Check the software for minimum PC system requirements.It will say how many MHz is necessary to play the game.It will also give you what video card (min),RAM(min),DirectX (7 or Higher?) this game requires MINIMUM to run.Quite often the game will run,but poorly.Your AMD 2200 runs at 1800 which isn't lightening fast,but sufficient.I think the addition of at least 1 more GB of RAM is what you need,a total of 3GB would really make the computer happy when playing games.
http://oca.microsoft.com/en/windiag.asp
Run this program from Microsoft to test your current memory for errors.
My computer is much like yours,I have XP Media-The 8600 card,a dual core 2.8 processor and 3GB of RAM.This setup will run a online racing game without hick ups at 1152 x 864 resolution.When I only had 1GB of RAM it would stutter like it was constantly trying to load the program,so I added another Gig and it started playing allot better.It couldn't keep up with Halo online until I added another 1GB for a total of 3GB.I am using a 32x version of XP,going to a 64x setup would improve performance even more.
Sorry,I'm talking too much.Try the RAM after you test what you have,you'll be glad you did!

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I cann't play any new game with my graphic card


What kind of games, are this games are consoles, online games or LAN games. All of this are work with your Nvidia GeForce FX5500.

By installing proper software drivers as provided and support with DirectX Accelerator & etc...

Let somebody install that so that your New Games can play on it.

I'm sure it works because Graphics Card Manufacturer won't let us play such ideal games you have. They made this for purposes.

Good luck!

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Slow Graphic Acceleration


i play WoW and i recommend you get at least 2Gig memory and with that card you need to run the game in low settings. The 5200 series card is not high end gaming card. If you have pci express slot i highly recommend a 9600GT. But first upgrade to 2Gig RAM

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Playing Medieval 2 total war and game crashes


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The 260 gtx is a nice card but ATI just came out with their new cards and the Radeon HD 4850 is faster for about $100 less than the 260GTX.

But WOW uses an older graphics engine and low poly count models with that cartoony look. WOW will run great on some fairly old hardware so if he is using that computer for WOW only and is running SLI then there is no reason to upgrade. He probably has the resolution maxed out and the detail settings maxed out. If he is playing on a 32" 720p widescreen TV then the resolution should be set to a maximum of 1280X768. The rest of the settings should be adjusted to maximize the experience to your liking.

Some LCD TVs to add lag because of the image processing that is hapenning behind the scenes, some TVs have a gaming mode that minimizes this lag. Also your internet connection could be the culprit causing your lag.

In the end you do not need an new video card to play WOW. If he wanted to play Crysis with high detail then that would be a different story.

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