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Assassin's Creed II lagging

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March 8, 2012 12:53:14 AM

Just bought Assassin's Creed II (slowpoke, I know), but it's running really bad on my computer. The characters are done talking way before their mouths are, it's all really jumpy and laggy, and it's all really frustrating. I am on a laptop, so updating my computer won't work, but I really didn't think my laptop was quite that crappy.

Processor*
Intel® Pentium® Processor P6200
Operating System*
Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
Graphics Engine*
Mobile Intel® HD Graphics
Graphics Memory*
64MB-1696MB dynamically allocated shared graphics memory

Memory*
4GB DDR3 1066MHz memory
Hard Drive*
320GB HDD (5400rpm, Serial ATA)
Optical Drive*
DVD-SuperMulti (+/-R double layer) with Labelflash™ drive

Display Size
15.6" widescreen
Display Type*
HD TruBrite® LED Backlit display
Display Resolution
Supports 720p content, 1366x768 (HD), 16:9 aspect ratio

Is my computer really so bad it can't even run a game that is a year older than it is, or is there another problem that can be thought of?

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March 8, 2012 2:53:34 AM

giantrubberduckofdoom said:
Just bought Assassin's Creed II (slowpoke, I know), but it's running really bad on my computer. The characters are done talking way before their mouths are, it's all really jumpy and laggy, and it's all really frustrating. I am on a laptop, so updating my computer won't work, but I really didn't think my laptop was quite that crappy.

Processor*
Intel® Pentium® Processor P6200
Operating System*
Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
Graphics Engine*
Mobile Intel® HD Graphics
Graphics Memory*
64MB-1696MB dynamically allocated shared graphics memory

Memory*
4GB DDR3 1066MHz memory
Hard Drive*
320GB HDD (5400rpm, Serial ATA)
Optical Drive*
DVD-SuperMulti (+/-R double layer) with Labelflash™ drive

Display Size
15.6" widescreen
Display Type*
HD TruBrite® LED Backlit display
Display Resolution
Supports 720p content, 1366x768 (HD), 16:9 aspect ratio

Is my computer really so bad it can't even run a game that is a year older than it is, or is there another problem that can be thought of?



To answer your question honestly. Yes your computer is bad for gaming. The year a computer was bought/made means nothing in regards to pc gaming. When trying to find a computer that can play games at a decent frame per second the most important factor is the GPU, then the CPU. Your rocking integrated graphics which is notorious for not being able to play games well.
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March 8, 2012 8:07:53 AM

You must be happy because your computer allows you to play Assassin's creed II.. Your Laptop is not good for gaming..
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