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#1 Tyggr181

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Posted 24 November 2015 - 06:11 PM

I have a HP All in One

Intel i7-3770s 3.10 GHZ

8 GB RAM 98% free

Win 10 Home 64 Bit

NVIDIA Geforce GT 630m Drivers all up to date

3d Mark scores maxed out

My question is when I use NVIDIA recommended settings, they refer me to max out on most games, optimize, play that game and framerate suffers drastically. I have to ratchet down my settings a good bit just to play. I bought upgrades for this PC, and thought I would not have to worry about playing any game. Maybe not maxed out, but I have to turn down pretty good to play. Any recommendations, is this a good setup? Any tips or any further info would be appreciated. Thanks



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#2 Grimmskld

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Posted 08 December 2015 - 10:34 AM

Your problem is the graphics card imo.....it is only using 1gb of on-board memory, which in today's world of gaming, isn't enough to run at higher settings.  Spend a decent amount of money upgrading that, and you will notice a difference for sure!






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