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Windows Battlefield 4 *Open Beta* on Intel HD Graphics 4600!

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by UrbanSmooth, 13 Oct 2013.

  1. UrbanSmooth

    UrbanSmooth Surround Gamer

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  2. wafflesomd

    wafflesomd New Member

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    Of course it can run on less than 150w.

    AMD's APU's would run it a lot better than this.
     
  3. benji2412

    benji2412 <insert message here>

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    It's so damn choppy, MAKE IT STOP.
     
  4. UrbanSmooth

    UrbanSmooth Surround Gamer

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    Apparently, it's network lag. A lot of people have been reporting it.
     
  5. Harlequin

    Harlequin Well-Known Member

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    lol? its not network lag - its the fact it cant play the game very well....
     
  6. rollo

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    Why would you play it on such a thing is a question id ask. PS4 / xbox one is cheaper and will play it alot better / smoother than that will.

    Network lag hmm I have my douts.
     
  7. tuk

    tuk Don't Tase Me, Bro!

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    The fact that it plays BF4@1920x1080 is nothing short of a miracle.
     
  8. Jards8595

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    Just because you can, doesn't mean you should
     
  9. boiled_elephant

    boiled_elephant Whitelist Bit-Tech in your adblock!

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    Relax, guys, it's a technological threshold and a symbol of the changes PC hardware has gone through in recent years, not an actual proposition for your ideal gaming experience. If we can, someone should, to show that we can. Science! But it's not to say that you have to.

    I enjoyed this because it's just interesting to see what can be done on certain low power/budget targets. I'm not going to take it up as my platform of choice, but I still like seeing it, because I like computers and the progress this signifies.
     

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