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I have an old Dell Dimension 2400 PC connected to my LCD via VGA for moves and surfing etc...

The TV resolution is 1360*768 however my PC can only do 1280*768 but the pic looks great!? Should I be worried and get a graphics card, if so what one as this PC is PCI slots only, no AGP or PCI-E.

Over the years the spec is now P4 3.06/512/533, 2GB Ram, 250Gb HD and Intel Onboard Extreme graphics.

Any advice appreciated.



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As long as it looks OK to you I wouldn't worry!

You'd struggle to get a suitable PCI graphics card anyway these days - you'd be looking a a full motherboard upgrade!

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