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i was wondering does virtual memory play abig part in a computers performance also i was wondering how do i check the temp on my video card its a geforce 6600 agp slot
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Virtual Memory does play a good part in computer performance. If your computer doesn't have enough RAM for a program, it will NEED virtual memory. If virtual memory is disabled, and the computer runs out of RAM, it will probably lock up. Virtual Memory is a spot on the hard drive where data is temporarily stored when you don't have enough RAM.

To check the temperature on your video card, if it has a sensor, you could probably use Speed Fan. You will see the values of many different sensors on your computer, such as Fan Speeds, Temperatures, and SMART data.

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