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claude11
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Posted 14 July 2013 - 12:37 AM

can you guys help me figure out why my game lags so much? here is the results of the benchmark test with every single setting set as low as possible.


Statistics
Average FPS: 10.51
Duration: 37.20 sec
CPU Usage: 80%
System memory usage: 81%
Video memory usage: 94%

Graphics Settings
Video Mode: 800 x 600 (60 Hz)
Texture Quality: Low
Shadow Quality: Off
Reflection Resolution: Off
Water Quality: Low
Texture Filter Quality: Tri-Linear
Night Shadows: Off
View Distance: 1
Detail Distance: 1

Hardware
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium
Service Pack 1
Video Adapter: Intel® HD Graphics
Video Driver version: 8.15.10.2189
Audio Adapter: Speakers (Conexant SmartAudio HD)
Intel® Pentium® CPU P6200 @ 2.13GHz

File ID: Benchmark.cli

i am extremely challenged when it comes to electronics, so if someone could explain how i can find my computer's "specs", i would greatly appreciate it.

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Posted 14 July 2013 - 01:31 AM

your integrated intel graphics card. some people in the forum say that they have found a way to get gta iv to play, but i tried with lenovo g560 after upgrading the p6100 to i5-460, changing to kingston hyper x dd3 1600 sodimms and an intel g2 80gb ssd... but gave up. the processor itself would be fine with gt 630m or something like that maybe

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Posted 14 July 2013 - 07:35 PM

QUOTE (unc13bud @ Sunday, Jul 14 2013, 01:31)
your integrated intel graphics card. some people in the forum say that they have found a way to get gta iv to play, but i tried with lenovo g560 after upgrading the p6100 to i5-460, changing to kingston hyper x dd3 1600 sodimms and an intel g2 80gb ssd... but gave up. the processor itself would be fine with gt 630m or something like that maybe

so in other words, im f*cked?

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Posted 14 July 2013 - 10:38 PM

pretty much. you could enjoy gta san andreas. my lenovo g560 plays it fine. but never say never. if you have lots of free time, you might figure out commandlines to make GTA IV run properly

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Posted 14 July 2013 - 11:49 PM

In addition, you could upgrade or get a new computer entirely. It depends on whether or not your current case could fit new hardware.

Because you're not good with electronics, there's some decent prebuilt computer's that could run GTA IV. But it depends on your budget.

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Posted 15 July 2013 - 01:18 PM

QUOTE (unc13bud @ Sunday, Jul 14 2013, 22:38)
pretty much. you could enjoy gta san andreas. my lenovo g560 plays it fine. but never say never. if you have lots of free time, you might figure out commandlines to make GTA IV run properly

yea my computer runs SA just fine. as for the commandlines, i bought the game during the steam summer sale, so i have been trying out those commands by "set launch options". i saw a video of a guy who had similar specs as mine and claims that his game runs fine. i gave it a try and noticed that the lag was not as bad as before, but got progressively worse as i kept playing.....


link to the video.


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Posted 15 July 2013 - 01:26 PM

QUOTE (Original Light @ Sunday, Jul 14 2013, 23:49)
In addition, you could upgrade or get a new computer entirely. It depends on whether or not your current case could fit new hardware.

Because you're not good with electronics, there's some decent prebuilt computer's that could run GTA IV. But it depends on your budget.

i have a laptop and i probably wont be buying a new one for a while.

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Posted 15 July 2013 - 07:26 PM

QUOTE (claude11 @ Monday, Jul 15 2013, 08:26)
QUOTE (Original Light @ Sunday, Jul 14 2013, 23:49)
In addition, you could upgrade or get a new computer entirely. It depends on whether or not your current case could fit new hardware.

Because you're not good with electronics, there's some decent prebuilt computer's that could run GTA IV. But it depends on your budget.

i have a laptop and i probably wont be buying a new one for a while.

In that case then, the latest GTA you can run is SA...IF you want to play a Liberty City GTA on PC, you can play III as it will run great on that set up. smile.gif

You are due for an upgrade anyway, as that Processor and Video card is outdated by at least 7 years, as the Pentium line of processors have been out since Windows XP was new... tounge2.gif lol.gif




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