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I got suck graphic card it cant run a game very well is there any idea to make it better,overclock or someone else? tell here if you know something

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Integrated, huh? Unfortunatly, those IGP's don't overclock, and I don't know of any third-party drivers for them, so short of turning down the settings in-game and running at low resolutions, there isn't much you can do. Sorry man.

Something to look into though, is whether or not you can change how much of your system memory is used by the IGP. Adding a little more to the IGP side could help some.
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just get a new video card for like 50 $
6200 is not very bad and it can overlclock
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Chipps ye its integarted and i hate it =( but man tell how to make it little bit good! say all where to go etc or make screenshot, better understand too
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Something to look into though, is whether or not you can change how much of your system memory is used by the IGP. Adding a little more to the IGP side could help some.


Hmm, where i can see system memory is used to the IGP? can you send screenshot? where to go etc better understand thx!!!!
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If you go into your BIOS you should see something like "AGP APERTURE SIZE" (yes I know yours is integrated and not AGP) if you find it increase its value to about 256 and see if that helps.
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to make screen press the print screen button then go to paint and "paste" the image and save. you can also hold alt when pressing print screen to get just the active window.
    
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Originally Posted by Remonster
If you go into your BIOS you should see something like "AGP APERTURE SIZE" (yes I know yours is integrated and not AGP) if you find it increase its value to about 256 and see if that helps.
agp aperture is not the memory used by the igp.
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I believe the aperture kicks in when the memory on the video card runs out, but since his is integrated, wouldn't make much of a difference.
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http://www.tweak3d.net/articles/aperture-size/

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