#1
So.

i'm on the hunt for a new pc game and was wondering if there was a way i could check if my graphics card could play a game......if that makes sense - and i hope it does.

I have an intel graphics media accelerator 965

was hoping to be able to go down town, buy something, and then be able to actually play it no problem for once.
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#3
it'll say what kind of graphics card is needed on the game specs.

On a similar note, I'm looking at upgrading my graphics card soon. I'm looking to get a QuadroFX as I've been told they are the ideal cards when it comes to graphics applications. I'm kind of lookingaround the £200/300 mark. Any ideas?
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#4
You wont even get a 10th of a quadro fx card for £200 lol. With that budget I'd look at a Geforce 8800Ultra, their pretty good, I think their around the £300 mark
#5
...feck!

haha.
well thats what u get when your parents buy you a bargain laptop ¬.¬
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