Running on GMA 4500M

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WELSHYx

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Hey guys, so im running a laptop with a GMA4500M (intel) and after reading write ups its not actually that bad last night i was running a freinds copy of COD4 on it at a reasonable frame rate on medium/low settings, so i was wondering if i can run COD4 ok on low what else could i run.. my laptop's other specs arn't the best either 3GB RAM 160GB HDD Intel Celeron Dual Core 1.80Ghz but i do have an old desktop im prepared to invest in running a solid celeron processor capable of 2GB RAM and PCIe ports on it any im going to lend a freinds copy of fallout 3 to see if i can get it running but if i were to use the old desktop and upgrade could anyone reccomend sutible upgrades for say $130/£100 at the most i know how to install just where to look and what i would need the full specs of the desktop are on my profile :)
 
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Hey man, I have the Intel GMA 4500M and I have been running Command and Conquer 3 without changing anything and have had no problems. I also played the sims 3 for a lil bit without problems, but the sims 3 back of the box said that the GMA 3 and 4 series were supported. I havent found any more games that are supported though. I have found a few that say that integrated cards will not work, but who knows. I dont really want to spend 40-50 bux and find out that it doesnt. let me know if you find any games that work and ill do the same for you. I have tried checking everything I can to see if there are upgrades, possible replacements, or even an external card, but its not looking promising. good luck man
 

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Hey dude well i got fallout 3 off a mate having trouble getting it to run but it was a copy of his original so i dunno if there is something missing off the installer disk

will have a look at it propery and the we shall see :)
 
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