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September 22, 2011 5:20:49 PM

hello guyz
my pc cant run games fine but same pc my friend have and he can play games on 1080p same games i play on 800x600 laggy so whats the problem guyz plz help me.


my pc specs:
Core i3 2100
Builtin HD 2000 graphics
P8h61-mle b3 revision
Corsair 4gb ddr3 value select
seagate 500 gb ST-3500418AS)
Crt moniter vga

my frnd's pc specs:
Core i3 2100
Builtin HD 2000 graphics
Intel DH67CL
Corsair 4gb ddr3 value select
seagate 500 gb ST-3500418AS)
SAMSUNG LED 22A300 21.5" Dvi

i think motherboard chipset is the problem what u guyz think?

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September 22, 2011 5:52:12 PM

Are you sure your friend has the same PC as yours and he's able to run games at 1080p? Cause it's hard to believe he can do that with a built-in Intel HD 2000 GPU. As a matter of fact, IF he has the same GPU as you do, he cannot do that.

You will need a dedicated video card to play games at higher resolutions, with details turned on. So no, it's not your motherboard, it's your video card.
September 22, 2011 6:08:29 PM

chk pc specs on the first post nd hes playing modern warfare 2 on 1080p nd im playing it on 800x600 laggy
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September 22, 2011 6:31:30 PM

I invite you to read this review of Intel HD graphics and judge for yourself the capability of the GPU.

I happened to read another review of the I3 with the HD 2000 graphics, and guess what? They tested Modern Warfare 2 and at 1024x768, with every detail turned down/off, it scored 28.2 FPS. At that rate, the game is not what you call a "smooth gaming experience." And it's also not 1080p, that implies that your friend is able to run the game at a resolution of 1920x1080, that's what 1080p actually means. Now do the math... if at a resolution of 1024x768 the FPS was so low, imagine that at 1920x1080.

Here's the article, read for yourself. Apart from all that, I rest my case.
September 22, 2011 7:38:05 PM

I had to disable vertical sync to gain better fps with Intel's HD graphics. Once I my FPS jumped by over 20.
September 22, 2011 7:47:02 PM

Eldd said:
I invite you to read this review of Intel HD graphics and judge for yourself the capability of the GPU.

I happened to read another review of the I3 with the HD 2000 graphics, and guess what? They tested Modern Warfare 2 and at 1024x768, with every detail turned down/off, it scored 28.2 FPS. At that rate, the game is not what you call a "smooth gaming experience." And it's also not 1080p, that implies that your friend is able to run the game at a resolution of 1920x1080, that's what 1080p actually means. Now do the math... if at a resolution of 1024x768 the FPS was so low, imagine that at 1920x1080.

Here's the article, read for yourself. Apart from all that, I rest my case.


rofl i also have chked this review before but this review is wrong every benchmark in this review is wrong even my i3 cross 28 fps on 1024x768 on highest settings nd my frnd can play it on 1080p and i knw 1080p means 1920x1080
September 22, 2011 7:48:31 PM

Feel free to not listen to anyone then.
September 22, 2011 8:44:38 PM

Eldd said:
Feel free to not listen to anyone then.

lol wtf dude u think im lying? i watched my frnd playing it with my own eyes 0_0
btw problem solved its comfirmed that chipset is the problem h67 chipset is required for hd 2000
September 23, 2011 5:29:00 AM

No, I don't think you're lying, I can try "to play" games at insane resolutions just because I have a huge monitor, but with a very weak GPU. But that is not gaming, that is punishment. It's just that dismissing every review and benchmark right out of the bat won't give you more credibility.

Well, I am glad you solved your problem, congratulations.
September 23, 2011 6:18:56 AM

Don't be offended when people tell you your gpu sucks, because to get any kind of performance to where you are truly happy you will need a dedicated card. Being obstinate will do nothing but help you lose credibility. Im sure you can play a few games on your chip but you will be severely limited by an onboard gpu.
September 23, 2011 11:00:38 AM

thank you guyz but the problem is solved plz close this thread admins
September 23, 2011 11:02:54 AM

Saadssk94 said:
thank you guyz but the problem is solved plz close this thread admins

No way, keep it alive!!!!!!!!!
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September 23, 2011 12:31:08 PM

Start of a decent basic level gaming system there, do yourself a favour, save $100 and upgrade to a decent Graphics card, you will not regret it!

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

$99 and many many times the performance of the intel2000
September 23, 2011 6:25:17 PM

Saadssk94 said:
rofl i also have chked this review before but this review is wrong every benchmark in this review is wrong even my i3 cross 28 fps on 1024x768 on highest settings nd my frnd can play it on 1080p and i knw 1080p means 1920x1080

I get 39 to 50 FPS on a Pentium 4 laptop running Guild Wars, EVE online and other games so that benchmark definitely has to be wrong.
November 24, 2011 11:04:30 AM

hello guyz

Can I play High resolution settings on CRYSIS 1 or 2 with this computer specs?
can you suggest what video card best for this game?

guyz plz help me.

my pc specs:
Core i3 2100
P8h61-mle b3 revision
Corsair 2gb ddr3
seagate 320 gb ST-3500418AS)
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