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Sis 672 series-mirage3+

I used lcd tv-sony bravia-as pc monitor,but my display card can not give resolution more than 1024-765

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  • Anonymous Nov 27, 2008

    jai une carte graphic sis mirage3+ de capacité de 128 mai pourtant il arrive meme pas a fonctionner des jeux demandant une memoire de de 64 very bad mark

  • Anonymous Jan 07, 2009

    Have this Graffic 3d function?

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    thank

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Hi samsoon,
the graphic cards does not support.its resolution will be less than 1024-765 but not more for that u have purchased a new one such as nvidia that will solve ur problem

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