Problem with graphics card of NVIDIA

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I am using Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2. When I wanted to play any high resolution game, the game become very slow. My agp is 32MB of NVidia . My question is can I share my ram to agp card? if yes then tell me the process please

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #82376

Problem with graphics card of NVIDIA

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Hi Baroon,

This are the tips to set up ram sharing with your AGP card:

  • Restart your computer, then enter to BIOS setting. When your pc/laptop start booting, press and hold Del or F1 or ESC or other button, it depend of your computer settings.
  • Use the arrow keys to go to the "Advanced Chipset" menu and press "Enter."
  • Scroll to the "Video RAM Cacheable" arrangement and press "Enter."
  • Select "Yes," hit "Enter," then hit "Esc". Save it and exit BIOS, with press "Y" for Yes.

Before set up to share your memory and your AGP card, better get some info regarding your PC conditions, to avoid crash on your pc hardware. Here are some links to help you:

Recheck your hardware, then if your hardware seems impossible to set the share ram, you can consider about buy new hardware.

Answered By 0 points N/A #82378

Problem with graphics card of NVIDIA

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You could try setting „AGP Aperture size“ option in your BIOS to maximum (probably 64 MB, depending on your motherboard), but it won't bring to you and significant improvement. Simply, your graphic card is too old for modern games. You could only play games that are old 10+ years.

You can test on this site http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri does your computer meet the minimum system requirements for the selected game.

 

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