Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Kokomo, May 9, 2007.
to put out the highest setting
i think its like running at 128 but i want to set it at 256?
It's a bios setting.
i tried that but cannot change it pass 64 megabytes wtf
vram is not your limitation. You will not improve performance by increasing vram with an onboard implementation. the bottleneck is elsewhere.
what can u explain that in retards term please ?
you bought a shitty computer. this will not help you. that retard-terms enough?
How much ram do you have?
What's the motherboard?
To put it slightly less retardedly, the graphics processors used for onboard video don't run fast enough to really do anything that can make use of a lot of memory anyway. You sure as hell can't play Unreal Tournament using onboard graphics, unless you're a fan of slide shows.
Hopefully you have a PCIe, AGP, or even PCI slot for a new video card. As bad as onboard video usually is, even a $100 PCI card will smoke it.
Isn't that sentence ironic?
Is there any kind of booster card or something along those lines that you can plug into a laptop computer? Like an external vid card or something?
None that I know of. An external video card (if it existed) would be even slower because there's no external bus fast enough.
You'd think they'd make one, but then laptop makers would lose a huge reason to have people buy new units (at high cost) every couple of years.
they DO make them. I have seen USB video adaptors. But they fucking suck, and it's 2D only. Forget hardware acceleration.