Try updating your drivers, they can cause all sort of problems like that. If that doesn't work, then I hope you have a desktop and not a laptop, because you'll probably need a weak video card. The Intel HD chipsets are more of meant for very light gaming and watching DVDs, not heavy stuff like AAA games.
You are right , I figured out it's because Intel HD have only 2 TMU's , so they cannot do parallel texture processing so well when it comes to games.
I will be getting GTX 660 in June , and kick this games ass on full Ultra :P , And Yeah I have a Desktop.
Thanks for the Replies @ swifty_morgan and @Rational