I played crysis on integrated Graphics

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May 10, 2011 at 21:51:49
Specs: Dual Booting With XP and 7, 2 GHz / 2037 MB
I played CRYSIS SP DEMO on an Intel Integrated G31 Chipset GMA 3100(not x3100) and it has 256 MB Graphics Memory because I have 2 GB Ram.And it works,I get 10 to 30 FPS on 800 x 600 and all settings low.
Just wanted everyone to know that it can be done.


MY SPECS:

CPU:Intel Pentium Dual Core E2180
GRAPHICS:Intel G31 Chipset GMA 3100(not x3100) 256 MB VRAM SHARED
RAM:2 GB
MOBO:MSI 7525 USELESS HP OEM(G31 CHIPSET)


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#1
May 11, 2011 at 05:14:33
Yeah, right. Like any "gamer" would consider 800x600 at 10FPS acceptable. I guess if you like slideshows? LOL. Buy a friggin gaming card!

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#2
May 11, 2011 at 07:02:53
it works and its playable thats the point

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#3
May 11, 2011 at 07:07:17
modded drivers and tweaks.who needs graphics cards.when you've got the graphics integrated graphics cores inside the core i7 second gen cpu's.its like a mid range descrete gpu.its better than the 9500 GT

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#4
May 11, 2011 at 09:24:59
"its like a mid range descrete gpu.its better than the 9500 GT"

The HD3000 is fast for an IGP, but it's not even close to being as fast as midrange GPUs such as the Radeon HD 6790 or GeForce GTX 550 Ti. In fact, it just barely outperforms ATI's last-gen entry level GPU, the Radeon HD 5450.

And as for the 9500GT, that was considered to be a slow, entry level card back in 2008.

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#5
May 11, 2011 at 10:09:51
"who needs graphics cards"

Did you ever play games on a real gaming PC which has a decent CPU, plenty of RAM, a decent gaming card, decent resolution, the settings cranked up & the frame rates never falling below 30FPS? The difference between that & a low resolution slideshow is HUGE!

"its like a mid range descrete gpu.its better than the 9500 GT"

The 9500GT was NEVER a mid range card. As jackbomb stated, it was an entry level card when it was released 3 yrs ago. It certainly hasn't gotten any better with age. In fact, even though you can play some games with it, it's really not considered a gaming card.


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#6
May 11, 2011 at 20:34:59
first of all a slide show is like 1 frame in 10 seconds or 1 second.so anything above 3 fps is not considered a slide show by me

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#7
May 11, 2011 at 20:39:22
oh and as for

"Did you ever play games on a real gaming PC which has a decent CPU, plenty of RAM, a decent gaming card, decent resolution, the settings cranked up & the frame rates never falling below 30FPS?"

Yeah i have on my ps1 emu.Res 1280x786 or something.And it was above 30 fps close to 60 actually.


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#8
May 12, 2011 at 14:09:23
"above 3 fps is not considered a slide show by me"

25-30 FPS is considered the minimal acceptable for a decent gaming experience. Obviously higher is better. Less than 25 FPS & you begin to venture into lag & slide shows.

"Yeah i have on my ps1 emu"

No, I'm talking about REAL games like Crysis 2, Starcraft 2, BioShock 2, Rage, or older games like STALKER, Call of Duty 4, Doom 3, Half-Life 2, FEAR, etc, etc, on a true gaming PC, not that PS1 emulator crap. I'm going to take your answer as a NO, you have never played games on a decent gaming PC.


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