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What if the chart says your hardware gets a good average frame rate, but the game runs poorly on your computer? We’re aware that your experience may not match the chart above. Don’t worry, we’re here to help! If you find yourself suffering from poor performance and nothing in our Knowledge Base relieves the issue, open a support ticket and provide our Support Team with the appropriate information. By providing us with this information, we can work to make your Guild Wars 2 experience a positive one. Just because the bulk of the optimizations have already been implemented doesn’t mean we’re done. Optimizations will continue up to and beyond launch day, using the information that you provide.
With the launch date approaching quickly, it’s mind-boggling how much the team has been able to accomplish in such a short amount of time. But we can’t take all the credit. You, the community, have helped shape Guild Wars 2 into the game it is today.
On behalf of the team here at ArenaNet, I would like to thank each and every one of you for participating in the Beta Weekend Events and stress tests, for voicing your opinions about the game and your concerns about performance, and for supplying the vital information we need to take care of these issues before launch day. Consider yourselves a part of the team.

https://www.guildwars2.com/en/news/bill-freist-talks-optimization-and-performance/
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This is why Guild Wars 2 is going to do exceptionally well - the dev team actually cares about its game and its customers' concerns. Though, I am sad to see that apparently no one uses Radeon 6800 series GPUs mad.gif
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So a person like me 1080i will have smooth gaming with a HD 4000 wow this will cheer a lot of people wanting to go Widi.
any know if hd 4000 update for the official driver was released yet?men a HD 4000 is almost on par with my 5770.(outch)
Edited by drbaltazar - 8/22/12 at 5:23am
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So a person like me 1080i will have smooth gaming with a HD 4000 wow this will cheer a lot of people wanting to go Widi.
any know if hd 4000 update for the official driver was released yet?men a HD 4000 is almost on par with my 5770.(outch)

Who knows what resolution they are using? And auto-detect settings is different for each GPU. 5770 will smoke an HD4000 at same settings. My laptop with 555M played 30-40fps with a mixture of settings. I was very impressed.
   
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This is why Guild Wars 2 is going to do exceptionally well - the dev team actually cares about its game and its customers' concerns. Though, I am sad to see that apparently no one uses Radeon 6800 series GPUs mad.gif

or 580's

or crossfire or SLI

speaking of which, does gw2 support either of those? (it better)
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This is why Guild Wars 2 is going to do exceptionally well - the dev team actually cares about its game and its customers' concerns. Though, I am sad to see that apparently no one uses Radeon 6800 series GPUs mad.gif
I hope so. But getting your hopes up about an MMO title is not a good idea (see: every MMO released since 2004).
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This game runs well with amd??? noiiiiceee!!
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My PC struggled with the beta and the stress tests. I'm hoping drivers are released soon.
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Running great on a GTX690 so i guess SLI runs well.
 
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