Question about HP PC Laptops
So, I wanted to upgrade my graphics card on my laptop, then I remembered that... I don't really know graphics cards for laptops all that well. I currently have a NVidia GeForce 7150M / nForce 630M card in it... But some of the things I run seem to run poorly with it. I was wondering what is the best option for the notebook PC that I have. Any advice?
- I don't know if it matters, but I have the widescreen also.
Also, I have 2GB Ram that I added on to max the RAM option... Why, when running Cinema 4d and having it render the image, does it say that I don't have enough memory? Is this Vista just eating all of my RAM or something?
I'm sorry but the graphics card/chip in a laptop is built onto the motherboard and cannot be changed,
RAM: there are "two" types of ram in a PC system ram and video ram, I think what you have increased is the system memory, I don't think you have an option to increace your video RAM, perhaps you should consider trading in the laptop for one which is better suited to your requirements
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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