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moosicsmurf

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#13858 1-Jun-2007 13:04
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K So About a Year And A Bit Ago I upgraded my Compaq Presario 2500 From 256mb Of Ram To 1GB and that's the limit so I was satisfied with that. Any ways... after learning about hardware a bit more I found out that video isn't stored in RAM but in it's on Video Memory On The Card. My card is built into the motherboard... anyways, could I feed some Of my RAM into the Video card?

And if I can, will it stop the filckering and lag on games like WoW and AA?

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  #73140 1-Jun-2007 13:13

it's called the AGP apeture size, the setting is in your BIOS

hope this helps, what type of graphics card is in your laptop?




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moosicsmurf

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  #73149 1-Jun-2007 15:21
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i think it's an ATI Mobility Radeon IGP 345M or something like that, I dunno.  It's got DDR SDRAM I believe. Hope that helps.

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