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FIFA 10 (Fifa 2010) Minimum Requirements:
Proc: 2.4 GHz single-core
RAM: 512 MB RAM for XP / 1 GB RAM for Vista
Video: 128 MB Geforce 6600 or better, Ati Radeon 9800 Pro or better, Support for Shader Model 2.0 or better, DirectX 9.0c
Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible
HDD: 4.4 GB or more
Broadband Internet connection required for Installation and online gaming
when the game cannot play because VGA requirement, then u should buy a graphic card that at least appropriate with video minimum requirement.
hi, im new with the whole computer knowledge but i have done some research seeing as i have this comp as well. just like me your needing to upgrade the comp to be more sufficient and up to par with todays upgrades seeing as this comp is old and prolly got it at Best Buy. but if your going to do some heavy media, gaming etc. i suggest getting a new comp that is up to date with todays changes. only reason why is the video card you require for this comp is a PCI which i have read is the lowest quality and probably soon to be obsolete that many programs dont support anymore. dont get me wrong you can still buy them, but dont expect high quality performance. remember you need a PCI not PCI Express (PCIE) to fit the slot that your motherboard has. ive done alot of searches for PCI video cards, i suggest just to google it or check newegg.com. im still actually looking around myself. im sure if you have this comp your also looking for an inexpensive part. anyways i hope this helped.
my upgrades are: 500 hard drive 60 slave 2g memory
Yes it will work the speed of the ram on the video card is for processing on the video card, and is independent of the speed of the system RAM, as long as it is compatible with the AGP type on your motherboard you are good to go, some 8X speed cards will not run full speed in older Motherboard with a max speed of 4X, check your motherboard info and it should tell you what the max is for yoru board. Hope this helps, Have a great weekend
You cannot add more ram to your graphic card, If you want more ram for optimum system performance I recommend buying a new ATI, or NVIDIA graphic card to replace the old one. they both have the best cards on the market and visit their site at NVIDIA or ATI.com for more cards information and where to buy them. REMEMBER TO PURCHASE THE CORRECT BOARD TYPE FOR YOUR SYSTEM. IF YOU HAVE PCI BUY PCI CARD, AGP=AGP CARD AND PCI-EXPRESS= PCI-XPRESS CARD I recommend 256MB RAM for PCI systems, 512MB RAM for AGP systems and 1GB RAM for PCI-EXPRESS systems.
Sounds like your system is not freeing the RAM after using the program. You can manually close them by going into the processes section of your task manager or rebooting. Best solution would be to try upgrading system RAM and see if more RAM fixes the problem. Hope this helps.
Hi there i worked for hp for a few years im pretty sure you cant upgrade the graphics but ram is no probs you need to know what type of ram is currently installed ie.ddr1 or 2 i dont think that unit has sdr ram on board hope this is a help to you