can i do better?
PENTIUM[R[ 4 CPU 1.60GHz
512 MB OF RAM
Your CPU is fairly low which could do with upgrading. RAM is ok for the moment, but could be upgraded in the future. I don't know much about computers as you can probably tell, so I'm sure someone will come and inform you soon 😀
You asked if your PC could be better? Well yes,a lot better(even if it was brand new top of the range and only one day old it would be out of date )
Thats the trouble with PCs,they are not top of the hill for long
Intel 1.6 and 512 mbs of ram is enough for fs9 (just)
If fligh sim is your thing,then hold out for a while and see what specs are required for FSX(out in 2 months acorrding to some )
If you must upgrade this PC the extra ram would not go amiss and if poss see if you can pick up a better processor(if your mobo allows)
You never mentioned your GFX card
HELLO thanks for all the info ,
i cant tell what GFX card i have is the a way of seeing in my pc ❓
Go to /start/run/ and type in "dxdiag" you can check in there.
Goto the control panel in windows
Click Start,Control Panel.
Now double click System
Under the General tab is the info we have ,so click the Hardware tab then Device Manager
Now look for Display adapters and click the little +
It should now give you what GFX card or chip you have
Ho i see. thanks well this is what it says!
intel[R] pentium[R] 4CPU 1,60GHZ
hope it helps you give me the best advice.
thanks simon 😉
To find out what GFX you have do what RM says. Once it has finished processing your system click on display. In this section it tells you what graphics card you have.
Happy new year
This is off topic but how r my specs? how much will it cost 2 upgrade?
2.08GHz AWD-Athalon XP processor
512MB DDR SDRAM
120GB Ultra DMA hard drive
Nvidia GeForce 4MX Graphics w\64MB DDR shared video memory,.
I have a feeling i won't want to know how much this will cost. Well thaanx in advance!
You have a GFX chip not a card
Do you have a AGP slot? If so fill it with the best card you can afford,if not.........think new mobo/PC
I don't think i do.. I have a
Memory stick slot
and a Compact Flash I\II slot
AGP slots are inside the computer, not on the front panel. Get your PC (or motherboard) manual and see if it says you have one available. You might have to open the computer and see if you have slots that look like this...
The white ones in the picture are PCI slots, which are not as fast as the AGP slot (the brown one on the right). You would do well to get a real video card and not the onboard video with the shared (SLOOOW) video RAM.