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February 22, 2010 12:47:20 PM

I am the new here plese helpp me as i can not find answers on the internet.
I need a grfix card tp perform the visual on my game Drakkan. I have an old pc and would like the PCI card in express. How do I installnthe card?
Do I have to pay a technical skill person to do this? Is there an easy answer you can give me to help? Than k You
I have my first PC and it is a HP given to me by my mother. It is almost nine years old and slow

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February 22, 2010 12:58:03 PM

I think someone is Trolling...

Love the name though :) 

"Last chance with Mary Jane!"
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February 22, 2010 1:21:11 PM

logitic said:
I think someone is Trolling...

Love the name though :) 

"Last chance with Mary Jane!"


Yeah, especially with the avatar it has.
February 22, 2010 1:43:15 PM

Kari said:
the pc is so old, it wont have pci-e slot on the motherboard... it might have AGP-slot for graphics... or just plain PCI... anyways upgrading just the graphics might turn out to be just waste of time (and money)

could you give any more details?
download and run gpu-z and cpu-z to get some basic info
http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/1709/TechPowerUp_G...
http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php

it is a
Pentium iii 700
256mb ram
34GB Ultra HD
16mb ati graphics card
48 max cd rom
turtle beach montego ii 320v sound card
3com 3c905c-txm 10/100 nic
Windows 98se
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February 22, 2010 1:46:44 PM

mary jane said:
it is a
Pentium iii 700
256mb ram
34GB Ultra HD
16mb ati graphics card
48 max cd rom
turtle beach montego ii 320v sound card
3com 3c905c-txm 10/100 nic
Windows 98se


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February 22, 2010 2:18:47 PM
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yep it's too old to justify any upgrades, really... keep it as it is
or
do a completely new build, if you really want some more power and can afford it. some 600-700$ will get you a modern entry-level setup that will be a LOT faster than what you currently have. maybe even for less than that...
February 22, 2010 4:44:57 PM

Best answer selected by mary jane.
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