Posted 09 November 2010 - 05:42 PM
Yes, with most systems that will be successful. If they're "old" video cards, it might be best to research their performance and features, to make sure they aren't in fact less capable than the onboard video. A few onboard video chipsets keep working alongside a second video card, but if this is so, it still might be possible to dramatically reduce the shared memory taken by the onboard (eg 256MB reduced to 32MB). Also some OBV dynamically allocates memory as required, usually there are no settings to alter how this works.
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