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#1 jzach28

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Posted 19 September 2008 - 04:46 AM

Hi there, does anyone here in the forum have tried PAINKILLER (PC Game) run with 3D analyzer? Because unfortunately, I'm one of those millions who is stuck with an Intel graphics card which does not support "mostly" PC games, unlike NVIDIA. I have visited some forums and did read some facts, and came about 3D analyzer can help, but I can't still figure out the settings for the 3D analyzer for the said game. Help would be gladly appreciated. Thanks.
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Posted 05 October 2008 - 04:35 AM

hmm.. feels great!!.. i have played it.. once when there was no GC in my pc and i used to play with the normal config.. and.. its was not a too bad or worst experience.. but i loved this game.. its runs smoothly in low graphics and that is what one can do in INtel pc's..
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