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Published on Jan 20, 2012

Just a random video. Found my old PC and decided to play with it and see how well it could handle games. The only games showed in the video are NEED FOR SPEED MOST WANTED and ROLLAR COASTER TYCOON 3..Both were games I enjoyed playing on the Dell during my spare time. In the video I show both Games running in both low and high quality and how well the Integrated Chip handled it.

P.S. FRAPS was not used to record I used my Android ( Epic 4G;) ) because I wanted to show it in its true FPS.

PC Specs:

Dell Inspiron E1405
Processor: Intel Yonah Core Duo(Windows says 1core idk) T2300 (1.66 GHz/2MB L2 Cache)
Microsoft Windows 7 Professional Edition 32Bit
80GB HD (My Itunes has 125GB of music it wasn't enough;Yes a lot of music lol)
Graphics: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 (7 Years Old)
RAM: 2.5GB DDR2 SDRAM @533 MHz (2 x 512MB)

I did use 3d Analyzer v2.34 and GMA Booster to make these games run better than they did prior.

Other Games tested:
GTA SAN ANDREAS: Played very well and smooth 25-30FPS
1040x720 and all settings standard

PORTAL: Smooth as well but lagged a bit more 20-25FPS
640x480 and all settings standard

AGE OF EMPIRES 3: Played Great around 25-30FPS until a big battle was going on(15-20fps)
1040x720 all settings normal

PORTAL 2: Poor GMA was at 2-6FPS lol
640x480 all settings low

HALF LIFE 2:EPISODE 1: Got around 15-20FPS normally and in open areas very high 25-30FPS
1040x720 all settings standard excepts shaders they were low

SKYRIM: Wanted to see what would happen.....(Crashed my PC completely had to re-install Windows)...which means demanded way to much Power!!
No info crashed during booting lol

This was my laptop for DJ Mixing but it was too slow for me to bear so had to upgrade to Quad Cores to handle my software haha(Check out my Hands Up and Techno mixes if you want:) on my page or go to http://soundcloud.com/jes-sserrano :)


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