I want to buy a graphics card. As there are variety of cards available, I dont know which one is better and how that one is better. Should I be looking at its memory size? (1 GB, 512 MB etc) Or ...
What is a reliable, but not too time-consuming way to determine if a certain game is limited by the graphics card or by the processor speed? I have some preconceptions about whether I'm mostly GPU or ...
I'm often encountering very strongly held opinions among games about the Vertical Sync (VSync) option present in nearly all modern 3D games. The option is supposed to synchronize the output of the ...
I'm tweaking the settings in DiRT 2 and I'm presented with these choices (in order) for multisampling: 2x MSAA 4x MSAA 8x MSAA 8x CSAA 16x CSAA 8x QCSAA Using the nVidia Control panel I'm ...
If you take a generic game and change resolution to 640 x 480, 1280 x 1024 and 1920 x 1080 respectively, how heavily would this affect performance? Is resolution an important factor or rather ...
My system doesn't have a Graphics card, but for many games I need to have one. I have done some googling and found that it is possible to install a Virtual Graphics Card into my system. But I wonder ...
I just got The Witcher 2 today and so far it seems quite enjoyable. The problem is that I haven't been able to play much of it so far due to lag that occurs even on low settings. The game recommends ...
Possible Duplicate: How to buy a graphics card? Many Windows and Mac games mention specific graphics cards "or better" in their system requirements. How do I know if my card is better or at ...
I have an NVIDIA 130M card on my laptop, and with a typical widescreen monitor. I play a few games on my laptop, and some of them run in a non-widescreen resolution, such as 800x600 for example. My ...