I want to know if it is worth it to upgrade from a Nvidia Gt 730 DDR5 to a gtx 750 ti low profile, my case is a little bit small and I know that the gtx 750 ti low profile will fit well, but am I going to be able to play the latest videogames?
It doesn't matter if i cannot play them in high, just play them and have good fps.
With this, you can: modify the clock values of your video card and do your card BIOS upgrade.
Doing this your video card will work at a higher clock (overclock) forever, enhancing its performance in 3D games.
It is in the video card BIOS that the manufacturer fixes bugs in the video card or in the graphic chip that may have been discovered after the launching of the card on the market.For boards using NVIDIA chips you should use the program change the BIOS data. Use the program to read your video card BIOS, change the data, and do the upgrade.If you don’t want to take any changes doing such modifications, you may also download ready BIOs from the Internet (BIOS in which such modifications were done and tested by other users).If there is more than one driver displayed, it's possible that you have both a graphics card installed to one of the expansion slots on your computer and an onboard graphics card installed to your motherboard itself.5- Run the open GL version viewer again and it should now say something different besides 'GDI Genric" And there you go please enjoy. after some searching i found out it is a driver problem.