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Old 08-09-2004   #1
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How do you find out what type of Graphics Card you Have?

OS: Windows XP

And I have no idea what my graphics card is. I have not found it under computer specs...so where?

Thank you!

 
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Old 08-09-2004   #2
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Right click on the desktop then...

Properties > Settings > Advanced > Adapter

and it should tell you there.

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Old 08-09-2004   #3
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or you could open up your computer and put you graphics card into your microwave and it should tell you.
 
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or you could open up your computer and put you graphics card into your microwave and it should tell you.
His idea is best.
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also if you want to flash your bios on your motherboard. You can also take out the sucker and gently place it a baking tray and lightly bake the ******* for ten mins at 450 degrees celcius, when it comes out you should have an overclocked beast that has a much higher allowance for the cpu voltage.

For added cooling you could also leave one side of your case open and get a desk fan blwing cold air noto the baby.

I hope the tips help.
 
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For added cooling you could also leave one side of your case open and get a desk fan blwing cold air noto the baby.

I hope the tips help.

Nah!!!

If you want to keep it extremely cool just trash your mothers fridge and place the cooling element in your case...

LMAO
 
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now that is overclockig marlboroman.

I reckon that Russia could have the fastest pc's in the world at winter time.
 
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This thread is hilarious, but a little off-topic so I'm going to have to ask to throw it back on topic guys, even though I did participate.
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You guys are a riot, no really though thanks
 
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For added cooling you could also leave one side of your case open and get a desk fan blwing cold air noto the baby.
Sounds like something i did when my cooling fan just stopped working But it was good, it decreased the temperature a good 10-14 degrees celsius.
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Sounds like something i did when my cooling fan just stopped working But it was good, it decreased the temperature a good 10-14 degrees celsius.
Hey, my PC gets warmer when I take the sides off! I guess I must have the fan balance and sealing just right! Oh, and it can run without any fans for up to 5 mins... god bless watercooling and the miracle of convection....
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Hey, my PC gets warmer when I take the sides off! I guess I must have the fan balance and sealing just right! Oh, and it can run without any fans for up to 5 mins... god bless watercooling and the miracle of convection....
m0g, you are far to 1337 for us.

What if you are one of us poor peasents that cannot afford watercooling? a desk top fan is just as adequate.

I reckon if you interegated a mini toilet seat, a microwave and a fridge. You could live on your computer chair without being more than 2 feet away from your pc.

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you can also find out what gf cards you have on the boot up bios, it sometimes displays itself, depending on what manufacturer you have
 
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Actually Milkdrop, I made the whole system of watercooling for 50 - the same price as a top-range CPU aircooler. God bless the lord of scrapyards, Halfords, and gardening stores nationwide.
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Actually Milkdrop, I made the whole system of watercooling for 50 - the same price as a top-range CPU aircooler. God bless the lord of scrapyards, Halfords, and gardening stores nationwide.
Ow please tell me how you can make a water cooler out of stuff bought at Halfords.... I work there!!!!
 
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So what graphics card does everyone have?

I'm running this: http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...161-109&depa=1
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