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Is this just a compatibility spec the existing graphics must meet? Any card that supports DX 9 or higher is compatible and has the capability to run DX9 software. Just because hardware supports a software feature like DX 9 does not mean it will have acceptable performance. Will Win 10 Technical Preview work with it? The ATI Radeon HD 3200 should ...


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Just type dxdiag in run command it will show you all the details regarding your graphics card but only if you have installed all the graphics drivers correctly. Here It will also show you the DirectX version currently installed on your system. If it is greater than 9.xxx then It will surely run win 10 TP smoothly.


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One thing that is special about the specific graphics card in your question is, that it is a "low profile" card, which means it takes up less space (height wise) in your PC case. See this picture (although it's not a graphics card it illustrates the difference). That would also explain the higher pricetag, as low profile cards are more rarely used than ...


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Turns out I didn't understand what was going on. I guess the concept of "switchable graphics" means that either the integrated card or the dedicated card can be used independently depending on the program (as from what I understand). So, it's a null question. (I'm the OP, btw).


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You could also try: Go to Device Manager > Display Adapters Select "Scan for hardware changes" If I leave my Win 7 machine on overnight at work, the resolution drops on one of the monitors. Altering the resolution doesn't work directly, but using the "Scan for hardware changes" seems to do the trick.



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