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Old 09-07-2012, 06:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My computer's current GPU is integrated into the motherboard. If I buy GPU to put in my PCI-E slot will I have to disable the other one or do I just need to hook the monitor up to the new GPU?

I tried to search for an update for the driver but did not find anything.

I tried to play Second Life and it said my current graphics card will not support the game.
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By default, your GPU will overwrite your onboard. I have a M-ATX board that has onboard GPU, too. I never used it.
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Thank You. I just got back from Best Buy and purchased the Galaxy Geforce GT 610, it has a 2GB frame buffer. It was the best one I could get since I only have 305W of power and the minimum recommended is 300W. Its installed and works great, can't wait to build my own computer from scratch.
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