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graphic display is choppy even with nvidia ge force 8600GT 1GIG


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nickoi

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i am having problem with my computer. it seems very slow in processing even if i think it has very good specifications. i am running sketchup pro and the display is very choppy when doing 3d modeling.

my specs are as follows:
OS: Microsoft Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600)
System model: D631PR
Processor: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo CPU E4600@ 2.46GHz (2CPUs)
Memory: 2044 MB Ram
DirectX version: DirectX 9.0c (4.09.0000.0904)
Display: NVIDIA GeForce 8600GT, memory: 1024.0MB
Page File: 379MB used, 5012MB available

i am wondering what could be the problem. at first i increased the page file on my computer (properties) from 2000mb to 4000mb. but then the display is still very choppy (still wondering why page file used when i run dxdiag is still 379).

if anybody can help me i would greatly appreciate. :)
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Download and install new drivers from Nvidia.com.
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still not working... still very choppy... anymore i can do?
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How big is ypur power supply?
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650 watts of power supply... is that good enough?
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please help... it's still not working well... the graphic display is still very choppy
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