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What is the graphic card and how do i change 1

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A Graphics Card (Video Card) is a device attached to your motherboard. The purpose of this is to send signals to your monitor and displays whatever you are doing in your computer.

There are a lot of types of video card. you need to know what type of video card you have so if you plan to change it you will know if it will be compatible to your system.

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