add better video card to an intergrated video card??

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    BillKirch Guest

    Can you add a better video card to a computer that has an intergrated video
    card on the motherboard? BG
    BillKirch, Feb 1, 2004
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    DeMoN LaG Guest

    (BillKirch) wrote in

    Depends. Depends on what the integrated card is, and what motherboard it
    is. Most integrated boards do not have an AGP slot, so that limits you to
    a PCI card which really won't perform that great anyway but probably better
    than most onboard graphics chipsets. More information would be useful.

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    chuckie® Guest

    Most of the time, yes, some OEM m/b's have a problem with the Radeon series...luck...
    chuckie®, Feb 1, 2004
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    Tom Dyer Guest


    I currently have 3 monitors connected to my system. One on the integrated
    card and the other two on pci graphics cards. They all work perfectly well
    with games and dvds and is actually quite useful.

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