What's Your Video Hardware?

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  • Device name: ATI Radeon Xpress Series

    Pixel shader: 2

    Estimated VRAM: 686 MB

    Motion blur: Yes

  • Device name: Intel(R) 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller

    Pixel shader: 0

    Estimated VRAM: 55 MB

    Motion blur: No

  • [quote:1bqce0dj]Device name: Intel(R) 82865G Graphics Controller

    Pixel shader: 0

    Estimated VRAM: 48 MB

    Motion blur: No

    You have beaten me

    Device name: Radeon X1950 Series

    Pixel shader: 3

    Estimated VRAM: 1002 MB

    Motion blur: Yes

  • I take it you can only detect PS3.0 and under? Because DX10 cards (8400+) generally have PS4.0

    The app is based on DirectX 9, and it wouldn't surprise me if it didn't know 4.0 existed. I'd have thought DirectX 9 could see that 4.0 was supported even if it couldn't use it, though.

  • Device name: Intel(R) 82865G Graphics Controller

    Pixel shader: 0

    Estimated VRAM: 48 MB

    Motion blur: No

    That describes my chip, but I got a $40 AGP card from TigerDirect. Now, I can play Portal and Oblivion.

  • Device name: Radeon X1600

    Pixel shader: 3

    Estimated VRAM: 607 MB

    Motion blur: Yes

    I noticed i had some issues with the info box and buttons. Not sure if it's my video card, but when an info box appears my screen freezes for a sec. buttons flicker when passing over them.

  • I return again...

    Device name: ATI MOBILITY RADEON X1400

    Pixel shader: 3

    Estimated VRAM: 217 MB

    Motion blur: Yes

    That's a weird VRAM number... But I know it's probably right... Let me just download something off the ATI Radeon... It has One Hundred... And Twenty Eight, One Hundred and Twenty Eight Megs... Of Double Data Rate Ram Memory, Dedicated to Nothing!!! And I can still run this...

    It has up to 256 with the Hypermemory support...

  • Device name: ATI Radeon HD 4850 (4800 series)

    Pixel shader: 3

    Estimated VRAM: 1007 MB

    Motion blur: Yes

    Now i changed to HD4850.

  • Here's mine:

    Device name: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT

    Pixel shader: 3

    Estimated VRAM: 884 MB

    Motion blur: Yes

  • Device name: NVIDIA GeForce 6800 XE

    Pixel shader: 3

    Estimated VRAM: 364 MB

    Motion blur: Yes

  • Device name: ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series

    Pixel shader: 3

    Estimated VRAM: 1275 MB

    Motion blur: Yes

    Edit: Although it doesn't say. my video card is the Radeon HD 4850.

  • Device name: NVIDIA GeForce 7100 GS

    Pixel shader: 3

    Estimated VRAM: 1016 MB

    Motion blur: Yes

  • Device name: NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GSO

    Pixel shader: 3

    Estimated VRAM: 582 MB

    Motion blur: Yes

    lame, I realised that my card is actually from the previous generation. I'm so dumb.

    "The 8800 GS has 96 stream processors and 384 MB of RAM and 192 bit memory. In May 2008, it was rebranded as the 9600 GSO in an attempt to spur sales."

  • Man, that's dirty tactics by the marketing team... still, my 8800 GT is absolutely amazing, and will keep me happy for a few years yet...

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  • Yeah, I got the 8800 GTX, and it runs Crysis perfectly fine, so I'm happy with it for a while yet. That does suck how crafty they were, surely there's laws against that kind of thing.

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