You're running on a laptop. Laptops have never been good for high-end gaming.
Your laptop also doesn't have anything in the way of an actual graphics processor, it's running on an Intel chipset. No, the game will not run well. Lower the resolution and play on the lowest settings, it's the only thing you can do.
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Yes It is off...and it's frustrating I can't tell what the problem is the game settings are all set to optimal...tried with medium settings and it's all the same.....whn the game starts with the main menu it is ok the mouse it goes well but as soon as I start the game and then it's awful
The core power comes from the Mainboard &CPU. A souped up graphics card is only necessary when you havea weak fondation.
FSAA & antistrophing alwaysdemands power since those features are soley handled by the GPU. They're just resource hogs. That's all you're really getting when by high end GPUs. More power for more samplesvia 2D & 3D filtering. It's fine... if you have a super computer.
Ican't provewhy these games have a choice of low to high settings. They use the same amount of system resources either way. They're onlyprogrammed to run one way... maximum resource consumption. I'm staring to believe only exist to give hustle gamers into buying new hardware, but you're not engineer so ofcourse you don't have one.
Some how they always manage to port these games to consoles that use Geforce 3 or equivilanttechnology and oddly enough it runs exceptional with miminal downgrades. Yet this can't be achieved on a PC. I'm being sarcastic.