Updating your graphics card
Warning: Even if a graphics card will physically fit and your power supply has enough power (and the right connectors), it may not work.
Certain PC vendors including Dell, HP and Acer use custom-designed motherboards.
b) Or if you feel more comfortable you can use the "Option 1: Manually find drivers for my NVIDIA products." c)You can find all the needed information in your Dx in the following sections: - "Display Devices" - "System information" d) if you have any issues please submit a support request to SEGA Support including your Dx Diag for further assistance; Alternatively post your issue, including the information contained within the Display Devices & System Information Sections of your DXDIAG, on the Graphics Section of the CA Forums. If your Graphics card is AMD, please go on the following website: a) The easiest way is to select in the "Automatically Detect and Install" part on the right hand side of your screen the "Download Now" link.
b) For more experiences users you might prefer use the following information: c) Desktop AMD users you can also choose to go
d) You have to look for your graphics card name as it may have specific drivers you will need to install and might not be the first download link.Should you have any issue with updating your graphics drivers or questions regarding them, please contact your graphics card manufacturer.If you are having issues with your graphics card please visit the graphics card self-diagnostic FAQ.Check the requirements of your chosen card before spending any money. PC cases come in many different sizes, so it’s important to measure how much space you have inside. Graphics cards can be quite tall, so you might need two empty bays to accommodate one. You can now head to your retailer of choice and look for a suitable graphics card.Remember that if you want a more powerful card than your power supply allows you can always replace the PSU with a beefier unit. Once your card has arrived, uninstall the existing drivers on your PC to avoid any conflicts.
Many modern machines use integrated graphics, which can’t be removed.