DELL STUDIO XPS 7100 AMD RADEON HD 5450 GRAPHICS DRIVER DETAILS:
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DELL STUDIO XPS 7100 AMD RADEON HD 5450 GRAPHICS DRIVER
Also consider the Operating System, if your OS is 32 bit the info is in the Control Panel under 'System' exactly where depends on the OS then the system already has as much memory as it can use. Have a look here: Suggest you look for the 2Gb versions.
If the system was anything other than a Dell I'd be concerned that the Watt PSU is below minimum requirements, but those requirements are set out to cover the mass of poor quality power supplies out there, something your system does not have, as I said earlier Dell PSUs are good quality. Get a tape measure out and check the card you have in mind will fit the case-obvious I know, but you'd be surprised. My OS Dell Studio XPS 7100 AMD Radeon HD 5450 Graphics actually 64 bit.
The only reason I thought of going to 8 is because when I looked at the memory in windows it had all 4 gigs being used. This was with Europa Universalis open on one monitor, and multiple web sites open on the other monitor. I didn't realize the newer video cards would even work with my computer.
Regarding wattage by the way, my computer has a CD Rom drive which I NEVER use and could unplug if that would help any potential wattage issue even if such an issue is unlikely and a hard drive. I don't think I even have a sound card, which is another question: Would a sound card even help any?
Some of them say it uses a PCI Express 3. My current video card says it uses PCI Express 2. The point is with your Phenom and a it will play mostly on medium settings. However depending on which part of the world you play you will be able to play on high settings in some place and low in others. Fly from Heathrow and you'll be playing on medium to low settings tops, however from east Midlands you could ramp it up to medium to high. It all depends on what you find acceptable.
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I play using an i7 3. Admittidly I have tons of add ons and TrackIR and dual montiors etc.
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The bottom line is you will get a fairly good experience with your current setup but do consider a CPU upgrade to an i7 at a later date. Sep 11,4: I spend most of my flying time in the midwest US and while I have a few add-on sceneries and use Active Sky, I hope to see a decent improvement.
Operating between FPS has been driving me crazy!!! I pulled the trigger and bought the thing but that leaves me with one more stupid question and hopefully the last: When my new PC arrives, what is the best way to "transfer" all of my files to it? I have backed up my personal files to thumb drives but my FSX stuff is way too big my Simobjects folder alone is over 30 GB.
Upgrade Advice on Dell Studio XPS-7100
I can't say enough about how much I appreciate everyone's help with this!!! I'm attempting to upgrade from an AMD Radeon HD 1GB GDDR3 Social Media and Community Professional Radeon or will be a significant upgrade from that now-ancient system. It wouldn't take much to greatly exceed the performance of thewhich was a low-end.
I have a Dell Studio XPS Mini-tower with an AMD Phenom II X6 T Processor using a ATI Radeon HD 1G, MA Graphics.