20-30 fps O.O

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matoro4826

Junior Member

01-23-2013

hey guys i just started to play lol
my computer specs :
3.3 ghz intel i3 processor
6.1 gb ram
os: windows 8 64 bit
video card : intel hd graphics 2500
video ram : 1.6 GB
pixel shader version : 5.0
Vertex Shader version: 5.0
free disk space 831.1 gb


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Pheardestroyer

Junior Member

01-23-2013

Are your video drivers up to date?


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matoro4826

Junior Member

01-23-2013

i dont know how to check


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matoro4826

Junior Member

01-23-2013

is my video card decent or bad ?


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01-23-2013

it's bad, but should be able to handle medium settings with no problem.
turn it down to low and you'll see a significant increase in fps.


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matoro4826

Junior Member

01-23-2013

so what video card u recommand ?


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Durzaka

Senior Member

01-23-2013

what's your budget?


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Panzerfaust

Emissary of the League

01-23-2013

Are you looking for 20-30 fps, or are you upset about it? There's nothing wrong with fps in the 20-30 range...


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coheedrocks72

Senior Member

01-23-2013

That's a playable fps, as long as it doesn't drop into the teens u should be fine


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Jason411

Senior Member

01-24-2013

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Originally Posted by matoro4826 View Post
so what video card u recommand ?
Well to start off with we'd need to know a few things.

1: What is your power supply make and model? This plays a HUGE role in determining which graphics cards you CAN get because if your power supply isn't good enough you may have to upgrade it.

2: We'd need to know what other games you play or are wanting to play to better recommend a new video card.

Also if I had to guess. I'd say you don't have a standalone video card in your PC. Easy way to find out is look on the back of your tower. If you're plugging your monitor into the same general area you hook up old style mouse and keyboards(Which the green and purple plugs) then you're plugging it into your motherboard and you have an integrated chip. Which afaik is never as good as a standalone video card. Unless the standalone is complete and utter ****.

Edit: If your Intel 2500 HD graphics thing IS integrated(I'd bet money that it is) then is your computer case a standard one or is it a mini-pc case? That's actually a huge deal.


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