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Intel Hd 4000. I Know, I Know...


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MichaelMateria

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It's not meant to play games at max settings. I know this. Not looking to. Just want to know how playable it would be on the lowest settings, perhaps a lower resolution than 1366x768.

i5-3210m, Intel HD 4000, 4 GB RAM.

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to be honest i dont think it would run on any settings. the game uses the unreal 3 engine and requires some decent hardware. i`m no expert but i have an HD5770 and its "playable" with medium textures and everything else turned of. also got an i5-2300, 8gb ram and a SSD.
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My brother plays on an Intel HD 4000 without any issues. The 4000 is actually significantly better than the 3000 or earlier versions of Intel's integrated graphics. I'll ask him about his fps/settings/specs the next time I talk to him.

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http://www.notebookc...ed.73567.0.html

Looks decent enough to run Forge. Large fights could potentially be an issue, though, but I doubt it.
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