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Can a Intel GMA 4500MHD run TF2?

#1KAOS1thebib62Posted 12/26/2009 8:55:45 PM
Just wondering if this laptop
http://review.zdnet.com/product/laptops/hp-g60-535dx/33847512

could run TF2 the graphics card is Intel GMA 4500MHD
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#2MegamanMarioPosted 12/26/2009 9:05:51 PM
Definitely. That can for sure run it, even on medium-high, as Source Games are not too demanding.
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#3FFTGuyPosted 12/26/2009 9:08:57 PM
As long as you don't expect everything to run on high settings, it should, or at least mine can. Setting the DirectX version to 8 helps a lot, and there's not a real noticeable difference in graphics like that.

On the other hand, and I don't have any real idea of how much of a difference this makes, my processor is the same speed but a Core 2 Duo rather than a dual-core Pentium, and my allocated video memory for the GMA is locked at around 1760MB rather than 1310.
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#4cactusheadPosted 12/26/2009 9:10:55 PM
i don't know about med/high, but if you put all the settings to Low you'll be able to run this smoothly even in intense firefights
#5MegamanMarioPosted 12/26/2009 9:16:46 PM
You guys are seriously overestimating Team Fortress 2's requirements. I ran this game smoothly at low with a Geforce 6100, 512MB Ram, and a Pentium 4 2.8Ghz.
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#6TaiketoPosted 12/26/2009 9:19:21 PM
I ran this game on a 2.6ghz celeron, 1GB of RAM, and a radeon 9250...
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#7KawufixPosted 12/26/2009 9:21:07 PM
in short: no
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#8MegamanMarioPosted 12/26/2009 9:23:53 PM
^don't listen to the above poster.

You can run this game decently, so don't worry.
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