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#7034 13-Mar-2006 22:12
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ok as most of you know that I have a NEC Versa M400 I am just wandering what Intel Extreme Graphic is please, I e-mailed NEC about to see if this laptop came with any 3d graphics card and they sent me a message back saying about that hardware and I dont know what it is.

Many thanks appreciated ciao




      

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#30648 13-Mar-2006 22:35
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The Intel website has some more information about Intel Extreme Graphics.





 

 

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  #30663 14-Mar-2006 07:22
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oh yep thanks for that :) I know now the game I am going to get will work on this laptop




      

 
 
 
 


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#30666 14-Mar-2006 07:32
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For the record, found this through Search on Google.

These come with 64MB memory and most games won't work on less than 128MB. Better check the requirements on the box first.







 

 

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  #30670 14-Mar-2006 07:37
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these are the system requirements for the game:

* Microsoft® Windows® 98/Me/2000/XP
* PC with 300 MHz equivalent or higher processor
* 64 MB of system RAM
* 650 MB of available hard disk space; additional 100MB for swap file
* 4x speed or faster CD-ROM drive
* 8 MB 3D graphics card
* Sound card, speakers or headphones required for audio
* Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device. Joystick or flight yoke recommended
* 56.6 Kbps or better modem for online play




      

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  #30715 14-Mar-2006 19:07
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ok I have installed this game and I am playing it at the moment and its a REALLY good game, it's online but nobody goes online which is stink but anyway the game is Flight Simulator 2002 and its only $20 from The Warehouse :)




      

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