Specs for the GeForce 6150SE
By C.A. Rubino
The Nvidia GeForce 6150 SE is not a standalone graphics card like most of Nvidia's Geforce line. The GeForce 6150 SE is an integrated motherboard GPU. It provides computers without a standalone graphics card, features that wouldn't normally be available.
The 6150 SE integrated into motherboards that utilize the AMD Athlon 64 X2 and the Athlon 64 Sempron. It supports DDR and DDR2 memory. DDR2 is only available if the motherboard is built with an AM2 socket for the processor. The 6150 SE motherboard can also be equipped with a PCI-E 16x expansion slot for a standalone card to be added.
The 6150 SE has a core clock speed of 425 MHz. It supports DirectX 9.0 and Shader Model 3.0. The 6150 SE provides full support for OpenGL 1.5 applications. The 6150 SE also utilizes NVidia's PureVideo technology. PureVideo enhances video with smoother playback and more accurate color.
The 6150 SE does not support any version of DirectX past 10.0 or Shader Models past 3.0. The integrated GPU also does not offer HD video playback. Finally, the 6150 SE does not provide support for multiple monitor displays. These limitations can only be overcome by installing a standalone graphics card that supports these features.
C.A. Rubino has spent more than 30 years amassing an unusual educational background including a doctorate in metaphysical science, a Master of Arts in Jungian psychology and certification as a Karuna Ki/Reiki master. Currently, he writes for various publications, specializing in religion and spirituality along with topics on alternative health and computer technology.