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chippy+

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hi can anyone advise one of my desktop pcs have nvidia 6100 onboard graphics ,i have a spare nvidia GF6200 64 pci express card would this be any better rhanks Chippy

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northumbria61

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Personally I doubt if you would notice much difference. There's always arguments for/against onboard or dedicated cards. You could try it and decide for yourself if any advantages.

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northumbria61

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Something for you to read link text

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chippy+

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hi northumbria61 thanks for the reply i think there could be a few opinions on dedicated or on board thanks again

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wee eddie

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With or without a Graphics Card.

Unless you have one of the newest MulitCore Processors, you should get better responses by adding a Graphics Card into the System. But do bear in mind that an old Graphics Card will not be any more able to play the latest Games than will On-board Graphics.

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