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Is it possible to put a graphics card on a motherboard with an integrated graphics card? I would really like to be able to play halo on my computer. I cant right now b/ my card doesnt meet the games standards. :tazz:
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Of course.
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Of course.

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How do I do that??
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I have a second part to that question. Can you open a computer up before the warrenty is up w/ out it being rejected if i ever had to get my computer fixed?
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http://www.directron...deo.html#driver For the first part.

As for the second part, couldn't tell you.

If you need a place to buy a new video card, http://www.newegg.co...?SubCategory=48

Edited by mycompsux, 03 August 2005 - 02:15 AM.

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Wether it voids your warranty or not depends on who the warranty is with check the contract alot of the time you can as ling as it is a certified compnent you install. Sometimes there is an intrusion sensor you can reset it in bios and if ever there is a problem and you do send it back then just take the card out.
How long is left on the warranty you usually only get a year.
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I have 2.5 years left on the warranty
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