Halvhjearne wrote:nisarg_kolhe wrote:Even me! But I get 30 fps on resolution 1980x1050 with this config :-
Intel Core i5 2nd Gen
4 GB DDR3 RAM
2 GB Graphic Card with 4.1 Pixel/Vertex Shader...
the amount of memory on your video card is really not what does the difference, but rather the actual gpu type ... unless your card is really high end, then theres actually no reason to have 2gb of ram on it, as the card will never actually be benefiting from all that.
your laptop has 2gb of ram, which is way overkill imho and properly just something the oem manufacturer implemented, just to make it sound like it has a lot of power, but it in reality it will never actually use all of that ... the nvidia gtx 580 (which is properly the best single gpu card on the market) comes with 1.5 or 3 gb of ram ... a kinda doubt that any mobile series graphics card can use more vram than any gtx 580, as most of these cards are about half the size of a regular laptop.
But the dedicated video memory does matter, and Oh! I have ATI Mobilty Radeon HD 4500. And also ATI Radeon HD 7970 is the best ATM IIRC.
Halvhjearne wrote:nisarg_kolhe wrote:The fascinating thing is...My Black Ops lags a little with Max-Setting on 1980x1050 resolution and not Crysis 2!
theres a reason for that ... iirc then crysis 2 is utilizing a way more advanced graphics engine, that dosnt require as much gpu power, as previous generation of games did.
that is also the reason why you properly cant run crysis 1 at same resolution
Crysis 1 ran fine, it had no problem. And maybe the Black Ops lagged just because of the background processes!