|reply to Chrno |
Re: Haswell vs Ivy Bridge Benchmarked Compared Clock-for-Clock
, read what C0deZer0
said. He speaks truth!
Intel integrated graphics may be enough to put some video on the screen and run Windows 7 Aero but that's about it.
When I say leave graphics up to the people who know graphics, I'm talking about those people who know how to make high-end
graphics cards and chipsets that can run games such as Crysis at full quality settings. Don't even try running Crysis on an Intel integrated graphics chip! It's a futile effort!--
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As I said to someone in the store, "intel video for gaming is like being born HIV positive and your parents not having the decency to tell you."--
Because, f*ck Sony
|reply to trparky |
Crysis actually runs with the Intel integrated graphics and it's passable at low settings but what did you expect from a on-die graphics processing unit? You won't be able to run Crysis with full quality settings A10-5800K either.
I can run WoW with the Cata patch no problems on HD4000, screen res is 1600*900.
Too bad the whole market isn't made up of people who all want to run Crysis at full quality settings; otherwise you would right.