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I want to know can i use a nvidia geforce graphics card on an acer aspire m1610

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I would have to Guess Here, But Yes, There is an pci-e X16 Which most Video Cards come standard, Also, I have noticed that the Video you have in your Desktop is integrated, So you will have to Disable the Integrated card in the BIOS. But in response to your Question, Yes you can As long as the Card is one of the Following 2 ) x PCI, 1 ( 1 ) x PCI Express x1, 1 ( 1 ) x PCI Express x16

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Graphic card for Acer aspire


One of the best ones is the ATi Mobility Radeon HD 3650. The best NVIDIA one there is the NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT. But the ATi GPU is better.
You will probably need to get a new card fitted by Acer or a named specialist.

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Hi, i have acer aspire 4750G. It has 2 graphic cards, an intel HD and nvidia 540M.. currentIy its using the intel HD. I want to know how can I switch it to nvidia?


Heres how... Its normal to have 2(two) display adapters on Acer Aspire 4750G. To enable NVIDIA GeForce, install the Intel HD Family Chipset Driver First from the installation disk that is included on its package, or click here, or if link doesnt work find it here. Then install the NVIDIA GeForce Driver, also included in installation disk, or click here. That should fix it. Enjoy the 2GB NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M.

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What kind of low profile graphics card can I put


Actually you must buy a graphics adapter cpi express compatible to (X1 and X16).

Nvidia GeForce 8200 graphics
PCI Express slots (X1 and X16).
NVIDIA® GeForce® 8200 on-board graphics and PCI Express® 2.0,

ok regards
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NVIDIA GEFORCE GTS 250 COMPATIBLE ?.


this card should work on that system altho i need more info bout your pc to be sure, another thing i rang up the other week to purchase a high end card a geforce GTX 295 and they said that i would also have to upgrade my power surply unit to double what it was so this could be your problem easy way to do it ring any computer store and they shud be able to tell you what you need and also the compatibility specs should be on the box it came with

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THIS ISN'T MUCH OF A PROBLEM I THINK.I HAVE TROUBLE CHOOSING A GOOD GPU FOR GAMING.MY CURRENT OPTION IS A NVIDIA GEFORCE GTS 250.BUT WILL IT FIT IN MY PC?MY PC IS AN ACER ASPIRE M1610.ALSO IF YOU HAVE ANY...


It will fit. It is a PCI Express card. Looks like a nice one. Available with 512MB or 1GB memory. Did you look at Nvidia's website to run a scan to see how your computer would run with it? Here is a link:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/product_geforce_gts_250_us.html

There is also a link on that site to compare prices at several locations.

Not sure you consider "affordable". If you want to check out some other cards check out Tiger Direct. Here is a link to some 512MB and higher cards. They run from $30 to over $650!.

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/category/category_slc.asp?page=1&Nav=|c:1826|&Sort=0&Recs=10

Good luck whatever you choose. Thanks for using Fixya.

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Which Graphics card is suitable????


The is no solid answer because there are several factors to take into consideration.
First: Vista does not play games well yet.
It was released too soon and the Game Mfg's have not addressed the issue.
Many, many people are going back to XP OS. Do you know the MB mfg?
I am a Beta tester for a few game companies and for the most part, we use the BFG nVidia Video card. It is a GeForce based chipset. These cards are already Overclocked to their maximum and tested as stable. Lifetime Guarentee as well.
Is you MB a PCI-Express?
No matter what card you get, you still may not get to play the games until MS Vista gets in gear.

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I have an acer aspire m1610, I'm desperately trying to disable the onboard video card in order to add a geforce 8500 but there's no way to disable the onboard video card via the bios and the computer wont...


Are You sure the graphics card is not defect?
When I installed a graphics card instead of the onboard
circuit, the SIS Mirage was disabeled automatically.
I have installation CD for the graphics, of course.
Also, I thought that disabeling devices could be done
through the control panel, "hardware devices".

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