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HD internet video runs slow

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by fantastik, Jun 6, 2013.

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  1. fantastik

    fantastik Thread Starter

    May 17, 2013
    hello and exuse me for my poor english.I have dual boot windows xp and windows 7,but have one and all problem with these two windows -internet video runs slow when i watch in HD resolution.For example in you tu be on 360 pixels run well,but in 460 and more pixels the video runs with slowly speed.When i watch online TV in HD quality runs very slow.My internet speed is 25mbps.I know that the problem is may be in my videocard nvidia geforce 6200 agp 128mb CPU INTEL PENTIUM 4/2.8GHZ/1M CACHE 2X40GB ATA HARD DRIVES 3GB DDR1 RAM MONITOR DELL1504FP1024x768resolution So which videocard will help me may be ati radeon HD2600pro
  2. Gizmoto


    Dec 31, 2010
    Well you current video card is not capable of HD, especially if it from 2007. The Ati Radeon HD2600pro would be an upgrade for you.
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    Sep 11, 2010
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