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Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by uncharted, Sep 30, 2011.

  1. uncharted New Member

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    hello all
    i have standard vga graphic adapter but i dont know this graphic card with navida or ati also i want to update this grapic card but i dont know how ... i ask you if anyone can give me the download link to update graphic card
     
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    WUT?

    Are you asking for drivers? if so what card is it? we need the model number.
     
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    You should download GPU-Z and first of all figure out the model of your card, and post it here for further help (if that is still needed by then), you can find GPU-Z under the download section of TPU's home page
     
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    It's about as ridiculous as the OP's post?
     
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    Yeah, but very random and thus funny :)
     
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    Seconded WTF.


    You obviously either don't speak English as a native language, or are technologcally unskilled. Neither of these thing is inherently bad, but it does make it difficult to deliver you a reasonable answer.

    Do you:
    1) Want to upgrade the drivers that make your graphics card work.
    2) Install a new graphics card, and retire your old one.
    3) Want to get crossfire or sli (two graphics cards at once) working on your machine.


    If any of this is what you are looking for we need a little more information. First, check the "downloads" link at the top of the TPU main page: http://www.techpowerup.com/. Download GPU-Z and run it to help identify your graphics card. Based upon this information we can help you determine what graphics card you currently have.

    Next, determine what you want. If you want drivers then all you have to do is download them. The information from GPU-Z will determine what drivers. If you want to replace the card we can help you determine a replacement that would be viable based upon your current graphics card. If you want multiple graphics cards we'll need even more information.


    Tell us what you actually want, and we can proceed from there.
     
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    This. Read and answer the questions he asks, and then we can help.
     
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    Some pretty harsh answers guys. Not everyone is tech savvy, or native English speakers. Yet, this person comes to you for help and these are your responses?

    1 - Download and run GPU-Z. Google it to find it.
    2 - Run GPU-Z
    3 - Tell us about what GPU-Z says when you run it.
     

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