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Can an i5 - 6200U 2.3GHZ with Intel 520 be able to run CS:GO?

Apparently I also have 4157 MB Dynamic video memory. What does this mean and how do I use it? Thanks, and sorry for my noobiness about the subject. :) I just want low settings with no lag.
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  1. Yes it will be able to run.
    At what resolution, graphics settings and FPS, is a completely different story.
  2. It should be fine. And for the RAM: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GESYaYjVH4o
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    You can play it, your graphics just meets the minimum requirement for the game. You may have to turn down your graphics a bit, based on the performance you are getting. At 1080p yes you should be able to run it.

    Dynamic video memory is certain amount of memory allocated for graphics,display, texturing, and buffer memory.It will be automatically used when games need it by OS.
  4. n0ns3ns3 said:
    Yes it will be able to run.
    At what resolution, graphics settings and FPS, is a completely different story.


    I just want low settings with a good enough FPS (30 - 50), and no lag.
  5. Walrus_Noob said:
    n0ns3ns3 said:
    Yes it will be able to run.
    At what resolution, graphics settings and FPS, is a completely different story.


    I just want low settings with a good enough FPS (30 - 50), and no lag.


    You might have frame drops below 30 from time to time. But you will get what you posted.
  6. xtionfuse said:
    You can play it, your graphics just meets the minimum requirement for the game. You may have to turn down your graphics a bit, based on the performance you are getting. At 1080p yes you should be able to run it.

    Dynamic video memory is certain amount of memory allocated for graphics,display, texturing, and buffer memory.It will be automatically used when games need it by OS.



    So i have 128 MB Dedicated Video Memory, but 4029 Shared System Memory. So does this mean that when I run CSGO, the shared system memory will be used as well? Im looking for low settings with a good amount of FPS
  7. Yes, you will be able to. Found a few of them on youtube with the same configuration:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVnAZ3e5RAs
  8. xtionfuse said:
    Yes, you will be able to. Found a few of them on youtube with the same configuration:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVnAZ3e5RAs


    Thankyou m8
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