Question about Dell Inspiron XPS M1710 Notebook
So I did remove it and it dang sure made it faster. Is there anyhting else I can do to increase the performance?
Maybe run a external graphics card. Is there such thing as pluggin in some bad asss card and having it bypass the intergrated that shares memory, so then your not sharing? If so wuld it help?
Doesnt look like I can expand the memory from 4 to 6 gigs, the toshiba and HP you can but 4 gig is a lot I think.
Anyway, I rated you tops on that cause it was well worth it, justwish I had gone on m initail instinct, woulda saved 120 bucks :-)
Yeah, I figured this would help ya. There's no way around the internal card, but keep in mind that the 256 is up to 256, it only uses what it needs up to 256, and really shouldn't ever get to the 256 level, unless you're gaming with some extreme graphics and hooked to multiple monitors. You're topped out at 4g, but 4g is huge and again, you'll never use it all unless your gaming with it, and it doesn't sound like you're gaming with it. An example of a serious gamer is one of my customers that my partner and I set up a system that consists of 1 Alienware gaming tower as a server, with a 1 terabyte hard drive with 8g ram, 1 Alienware gaming laptop, with 2 300g hard drives and 6g ram, and 2 Dell XPS laptops, both with 250g hard drives and 4g ram. All connected to 5, 24 inch flat panel monitors and surround sound for the full panoramic experience. This is gaming at the extreme. Me personally, I'm content with solitaire. Glad you're happy with the performance, sorry you wasted the $120, sell it on Ebay, somebody will buy it, and if you need anything else feel free to ask.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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