|20 May 2010||#1|
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converting RAM into graphic card........
i read somewhere on net that it is possible to convert your ram into graphic card with a little utility.....some sort of software i guess which takes over ram and uses it as graphic card.the original post lies down here...
however i doubt on it,i mean before using it i wanted to ask someone who knows better about it,that shall i do for it without any worry or it will make some hardware sort of problems in long run or even in short run...
i have a dell studio 1737 laptop,it is 2.18ghz dual core, 4gb ddr ram and vga is intel 4500mhd which is dam low....to play some games,although its graphic memory goes till 1600mb (showing in dxdiag) but it cant play some games as i think it does not have graphic acceleration....(this i got to know when i tried installing hackintosh on my dell then i got to know that it does not have graphic acceleration...
so please guys,if this software works,of if someone else has previous knowledge that is it good or not...
further more, i want to know is there any setting for it too,cuz once i tried it ,but it showed me a pannel that had so much options (like airplane cockpit)....if somone knows what options to work with...please tell me...
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