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Convert your RAM into a Graphic card  

Posted by Hitesh



▓ Virtual Graphics Card ▓
->Play latest Games without Graphic Cards
->Many times we are stuck up with a system that just doesn’t provide enough juice to run the latest game…this results in->
->you either spend a pot of money (atleast Rupees 3500 or 70$) for getting the latest graphics card
->or you just read reviews of games like Crysis , Far Cry on gamespot and feel like a noob,fully knowing that your system just won’t be able to support it....
->Take heart ! Here’s a wicked software with which you can beat 128-256 MB of graphics card requirements with a very modest 1GB DDR2 RAM.
link -> Download 3d analyze
->What it does is,it uses a part of your RAM as Graphics card memory. For example,if you got 1GB DDR2 RAM,then
it’ll use 128MB of it as a Virtual Graphics card,and the remaining 896MB will be used as a regular RAM.
->Cool right….so you can Virtually emulate NVIDIA GeForce TI 4600,NVIDIA GeForce FX 4900 ULTRA,ATi Radeon 8500,
ATi Radeon 9800 PRO.

Note : I will post list of games on request

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7 comments

This is a great idea as RAM is way cheaper than a new graphics card...

Anonymous  

Hi,
This souds like a perfect idea. Who would ever like to spend so much on a graphics card. Rather we can use a RAM and go ahead with our most liked game. This idea would be liked by most of the gamers.

thank you very much for your positive response

Anonymous  

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Anonymous  

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Anonymous  

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