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i have a quick question about graphics memory (since im planning on upgrading my GPU). my current card has DDR memory, and seems to work; but the question is: does my new graphics card have to have DDR memory as well, or can i change to DDR2? i came accross a similar problem when i was upgrading my RAM, which turned out to have DDR memory, and i found out i could only use other DDR memory chips in those slots, i couldnt switch to DDR2. is this the same with graphics cards or no?

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In short it doesn't matter what type of ram your old card had. The card has the memory on-board so when you replace the card with a newer one, it doesn't matter what you're old card had. You just have to be sure to get a video card that will install on your motherboard and that your power supply can handle the load of the new video card.

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