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How to upgrade from integrated graphics  - How to upgrade from integrated graphics
Fri, March 11 2005 | 4:11AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Integrated graphics are great for multimedia, web surfing, email, kid's games, office work, standard graphics work and most of your day to day PC work - but not hardcore 3D gaming and not intense graphic editing. Many integrated graphics solutions are correctly labeled as 3D accelerators and many game's minimum requirements state that a 3D accelerator is required. But keep reading ... how much RAM do you need on the card and what about Direct X support? This article gives some examples of situations our readers have found themselves in and also shows how to do that simple upgrade to full Direct X 9.0 gaming goodness."
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