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Virgil

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Hokay, so. I'm getting a new computer, and I'm curious as to whether or not I can run a particular game on it. The only requirement I'm stuck on is Video Card RAM: How do I findout how much the card has?

I'm using a GeForce 2, if that helps.

Edited by Virgil, 04 October 2007 - 02:09 PM.

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Usually tells you either on the card or in the Windows properties for the device.
Alternatively if you still have the packaging it'll tell you there.

The Geforce 2 series ranged from 32Mb to 128Mb, typically most of the range had 128Mb.

Please see http://en.wikipedia....eForce_2_series for a list of cards if you know the specific model number.
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Noice. Thank you kindly, good sir.
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