Q: What is 8400m into km?

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4 km + 350 km = 354 km = 350,000 metres

2.56 km + 8420 m = 22.56 km + 8.42 km = 30.98 km

the k means a thousand of them, so a km is 1000 meters and it is bigger.

It is 0.057 km.

It is 9.5 km.

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It will surely play it VERY well!!! I am running a old iMac with the 8400m card and it plays it at roughly 30-40fps. Which is pretty darn good!

check your computer at SRlabs System requirement test.search it with google

Yes, it is Direct X 10 capable and is thus Aero capable.

Eh, Dude!! Go with Nvidia 8400m as there is no need to think over it. If you really wanna know why am I saying this then click the link below. It is my whole year experience with Intel X3100 : http://lnk.in/X3100 {if you can't click then paste the code in address bar}.

Simple answer, No. Laptops in general are made to hold a specific video card model (unlike desktops). There are, however, higher-end gaming laptops that do provide a facility to change and upgrade the video card. But judging by the fact that your laptop came with an 8400M GS, It's highly unlikely that you can change it. Still, ask your manufacturer (Acer) and they'll give you the most definitive answer.

yes it will i even got red alert 3 to run pretty well with a mix from low to high settings

I think you can play it, but with all settings on the low/medium side. You can play'it...I Have a GeForce 6200 and I'm playing at High Details on 800x600 Screen Resolution.

Following is a list of the diameters of the 53 natural satellites of Saturn that are officially recognized as moons, starting from the closest to Saturn. Due to the difficulty of measurement techniques, total consensus on all the data has not yet been reached, so these data are approximate. Moon name and approx. Diameter, listed by increasing orbital period. Pan 20 km Daphnis 7 km Atlas 32 km Prometheus 100 km Pandora 84 km Epimetheus 119 km Janus 178 km Aegaeon 0.5 km Mimas 397 km Methone 3 km Anthe 2 km Pallene 4 km Enceladus 499 km Telesto 24 km Tethys 1,060 km Calypso 19 km Dione 1,118 km Helene 32 km Polydeuces 4 km Rhea 1,528 km Titan 5,150 km Hyperion 266 km Iapetus 1,436 km Kiviuq 16 km Ijiraq 12 km Phoebe 240 km Paaliaq 22 km Skathi 68 km Albiorix 32 km Bebhionn 6 km Erriapo 10 km Siarnaq 40 km Skoll 6 km Tarvos 15 km Tarqeq 7 km Greip 6 km Hyrrokkin 8 km Mundilfari 7 km Jarmsaxa 6 km Narvi 7 km Bergelmir 6 km Suttungr 7 km Hati 6 km Bestla 7 km Farbauti 5 km Thrymr 7 km Aegir 6 km Kari 7 km Fenrir 4 km Surtur 6 km Ymir 18 km Loge 6 km Fornjot 6 km

Following is a list of the diameters of the 53 natural satellites of Saturn that are officially recognized as moons, starting from the closest to Saturn. Due to the difficulty of measurement techniques, total consensus on all the data has not yet been reached, so these data are approximate. Moon name and approx. Diameter, listed by increasing orbital period. Pan 20 km Daphnis 7 km Atlas 32 km Prometheus 100 km Pandora 84 km Epimetheus 119 km Janus 178 km Aegaeon 0.5 km Mimas 397 km Methone 3 km Anthe 2 km Pallene 4 km Enceladus 499 km Telesto 24 km Tethys 1,060 km Calypso 19 km Dione 1,118 km Helene 32 km Polydeuces 4 km Rhea 1,528 km Titan 5,150 km Hyperion 266 km Iapetus 1,436 km Kiviuq 16 km Ijiraq 12 km Phoebe 240 km Paaliaq 22 km Skathi 68 km Albiorix 32 km Bebhionn 6 km Erriapo 10 km Siarnaq 40 km Skoll 6 km Tarvos 15 km Tarqeq 7 km Greip 6 km Hyrrokkin 8 km Mundilfari 7 km Jarmsaxa 6 km Narvi 7 km Bergelmir 6 km Suttungr 7 km Hati 6 km Bestla 7 km Farbauti 5 km Thrymr 7 km Aegir 6 km Kari 7 km Fenrir 4 km Surtur 6 km Ymir 18 km Loge 6 km Fornjot 6 km

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