I have problem with my computer because its so laggy when im gaming and theres no slot for another graphic cards. Can u help me please...can i share the memory of my computr to make it more faster?Hope you can help me
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Re: Games so laggy
Integrated Intel graphics are not recommended for games because 3d graphics for games are too demanding. I would try lowering the detail settings and resolution of your games to the lowest possible settings.
It seems that your motherboard has no AGP or PCI express slots for installing a video card i recommend you buy a new motherboard and video card, perhaps a whole new computer will be more cost effective if you want to have better performace for your games.
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Hello, I'm a huge gamer and a computer tech. What games are you trying to play? Oh, Need for Speed. Sounds like you have a really nice processor, But most any realistic graphic based games will not run with a on-board video. A dedicated video card will run many high end realistic PC video games with ease. This issue is very common with PCs and MACs for gaming. Solution would be to find a video card that would support all the games you wish to play.
Hi choongjieyi, To be sure I would need to know what your system is but the problem is most likely that your computer has integrated graphics (this means its built right onto the motherboard rather than actually having a graphics card that plugs into the motherboard). Integrated graphics are not able to run games as graphic intensive as the call of duty games. The only other problem it would be is if computer has a very old graphics card that simply does not support that.
The solution depends on your computer. If your computer is using integrated graphics BUT it has a PCI-E slot then you simply need to buy a graphics card and install it. Some budget computers will not have a PCI-E slot and if this is the case you would need to buy a new computer. If your computer does have a PCI slot (this is the earlier version of the PCI-E slot) you MIGHT be able to get away with buying an old PCI graphics card to play the game but you would most likely run into serious performance issues as that game is very demanding and requires modern shaders.
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Hi. Try lowering the video settings on that game, because usually for this game you should have at least a 256mb graphic card and 1GB of RAM or memory. Just make put it on the video settings on the lowest settings posible like 640X480 and also try turning off some video enhancement on that game, if you still having some lagging problem then consider upgrading your graphics card and memory. Hope This Helps
lot of the game now a days require a pretty big video card. A 5200 is outdated and i know u cant upgrade your laptop. The best solution to this is increase the amount of RAM in your laptop to the max. When you run games lower the video settings to low or medium. Another thing that can help is running msconfig in the RUN box and turning off lot of apps that run in background
You most likely need to upgrade your Video Card to a Card that has more RAM... Find out if *********** Board has AGP or PCI-Express slot, hopefully you don't just have PCI slots, but chances are if you are on a Desktop you can upgrade your Video Card.