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Deve21 posted a topic in The Game ZoneHello everyone I'm about to purchase the Dell Inspiron 5000, it's under $700 budget gaming laptop located here, the performance is really great compared to it's price, i searched online and found that the screen has low quality, so is it that bad for just find to be acceptable to while play games
JiniOnline posted a topic in Hardware Support and DiscussionGraphics driver software is responsible for the graphics card performance installed in your PC. As it’s apparent from its name, a graphics card works to enhance gaming and video viewing experience of the users. An updated graphics driver gives you best performance. Most of the graphics card brands like NVIDIA, AMD, etc. frequently release updates for graphic driver for almost every product of theirs. How to identify your Graphic Card? Through Device Manager Go to the Device Manager (Click Start >>Device Manager) Expand the Display adapters section to see the manufacturer and model of your computer’s graphic card. Through Speccy Another way to get specification of your computer's graphics card is through third party software i.e. Speccy. It is freeware from developers of CCleaner that give you detailed information about your computer hardware. Download and install Speccy. Right click on its Desktop Icon >> click on Run as administrator to get detailed computer's hardware specification. Generally, you can get updated graphics drivers from your graphics hardware manufacturer's website. Download and install it from there to have best graphics performance on your PC. Some well-known graphics card developer also have update-checking utilities that automatically check for new graphics driver versions and keep you updated about them. A popular one among them is the NVIDIA Update Utility. Bear in mind that your old graphics hardware may eventually die and manufacturers move to newer hardware from time to time. So this update procedure may not work forever.
mav3 posted a topic in Hardware Support and Discussionhi im trying to make my own computer for the first time. my budget is around £400, the PC that im trying to achieve would be mainly use for gaming purposes such as running Diablo3 and World of Warcraft. after long hours of planning and searching the web i came up with this spec: http://pcpartpicker.com/uk/p/8H1x and this would be the case for it and PSU: http://www.ebuyer.co...-rc-330-kkpl-gp there are few things i would like to know: 1. are they all compatible? will they work well? 2. shall i look for another motherboard? or this one is ok? 3. can i run a 64bit Window 7 on this build? 4. for obvious reason can i run diablo 3 at high setting? 5.am i better off buying this http://www.ebay.co.u...#ht_2534wt_1187 6. lastly, any recommended build out there worth £400 less All Comments would be highly appreciated. Thank you