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NVIDIA RAID Function in BIOS

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February 26, 2010 2:50:26 PM

I have a XFX GeForce 8400 GS with 512 MB Ram . The Driver Version is 6.14.11.8160 NVidia ForceWare 181.60 . (The Bios String is displayed by Everest as Version 62.98.29.00.01 ) GPU CodeName - G98GS . The DirectX HardWare Support is displayed as DirectX V10 .

Question 1) Is this Card called a GPU ?

Question 2) This card is installed in a AMD Athalon 64 X2 5200+ CPU based Machine with Asus M2N68-AM SE2 MotherBoard . The BIOS in the system is AMIBIOS . The NVidia Raid Function under "IDE Configuration" is disabled in the BIOS . I would like to ask what would be the changes if this option is 'enabled' ? Also the PnP Aware OS setting is Disabled . InCase these settings have to be enabled , after enabling them , will the changes only be affected if Windows is re-installed ?

Question 3) Give me some Good BenchMark (Application) where I can really see the difference that this card brings to the Graphical Abilities of my machine .
February 26, 2010 3:18:11 PM

1)
Every Graphics card Has GPUs. GPU stands For Graphics Processing Unit...
GPU Is Basicly A Processor in the Graphics Card that Processes the Textures ETC..........

2)
ENABLING RAID Function won't Help anything in making graphics better.. It Helps Optimizing S-ATA/ ATA Devices improving Their performance........

3) Just Play some High-END games, You Will Understand the Graphical Abilities improving............
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