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Hybrid Graphics.

Discussion in 'Archive' started by BlackD1ce, Feb 2, 2012.

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  1. BlackD1ce

    BlackD1ce User

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    atm, i'm playing on a pc with hybrid graphics intel/ati radeon, i do not have great fps playing lineage 2, but i can put skyrim at maximum and i get much better fps... is it possible that l2 is using the intel one? though the other games i have ask me first witch to use, is there any way to know this?

    thanks.
     
  2. DeepBlue

    DeepBlue Head Moderator (EU) Head moderator

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    moving thread to technical section, i feel you will get more informative and indepth help here from the tech team.
     
  3. Hanta

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    you could atleast write ur specs . cpu/gpu .
     
  4. Kall

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    also please rember that l2 i very old game and have old graphic engine. newest gpu don't provide more fps.
    l2 graphic enginge can't use 100% of new graphic cards.

    best reagrds
     
  5. Gaddar

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    are you sure? :confused:
     
  6. CraiulLup

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    very sure. the engine is outdated. it can't make use of new techs, gpu/cpu wise. nothin' you can do about it.
     
  7. Eska

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    hello there,

    you can see actual solutions and issues' statuses here.
    additional instructions could be found here.
    if you can't find a solution for your issue you always can ask for moving the thread back into the main branch.

    best regards,
     
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