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Old 30th June, 2005, 09:30 PM
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Grafich card!

how on my computer can I find how good my grafich card is?
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Old 30th June, 2005, 10:57 PM
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assuming you mean graphics card.........try running aquamark 3(in files section) this will give a graphics and cpu score, or go for 3dmark03 this gives a score that is largely dependant on graphics but also cpu, memory and cache.
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Assuming you want to know what your card is, then just right click on your desktop select properties and click on the settings tab, as long as you have your drivers installed it should give you a pretty fast way to find out about your graphics adapter. Alternativly you could try SISoftsandra or MTeverest to give you a whole host of system information including what graphics adapter or card your using. Hope this helps. RF
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