In answer to your question the bottle neck is the GT 210 card.
First of all it uses DDR2 memory, and the card only has a 128bit data bus.
Most cards today use a 256bit data bus or more for graphics bandwidth.
Might actually be 64-bit.
The GT210 is more of an HTPC card than a gaming video card. It's closer to a 9500GT, and it's one step above integrated graphics - meaning current games may only be played at low resolutions with medium to low detail. Anything above that would certainly introduce lag to your game play.
Thanks but ive been told a lot of things by other people saying i need to look into my cpu then its my graphic card ect. so if its possible could i get definite answers cause i dont want to have to go buy something and then the problem is still there.
Well you're CPU is definitely obsolete (older) but changing your video card to a more powerful model would do your system wonders.Like wisecracker said get a new video card (not too expensive make it under $100 for a balanced system).
Yes. Overclocking will help but it is a little more tricky than that. If you have an OEM computer (like a Dell or HP) your options are very limited because of the limited nature of an OEM system BIOS.
There are also 3 versions of the X2 4600+. If you download and install CPUz we can find out a lot more about your system including the type of CPU, the speed of your memory and the motherboard you are using.
The different X2 4600+ CPUs have different voltage and temperature parameters -- and actually use different sockets to connect to the motherboard. We need to know if it is a socket 939 or socket AM2.
We could also give you much better information regarding your video card if you gave us the resolution and games you play, a possible budget, and whether you would like to move the video card to a new system in the future.
It would also help if you could remove the side panel of your computer and provide for us any information regarding your power supply - the manufacturer and total wattage would be great.