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I remember the Intel GMA 950 and X3100 in past low end computers. It was terrible. Even for basic tasks, I truly believe it boggled down the whole OS. Especially video playback. The GMA X4500 is Intel's most recent graphics accelerator, and it gets close to 1000 points on 3DMark06. Has anyone used it?

asked Aug 16 '10 at 17:40

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No one out there's ever used the Intel GMA? Well that might be a good sign actually...

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It cant handle any modern games that have any reasonable level of visual quality.. While many of then will run, the fps will be to low. It also does not provide acceleration for flash contend and many other video formats

I have used a system with it and it couldn't even handle half life 2 deathmatch without lagging.

Don't get a system with it if you plan on gaming

answered Aug 17 '10 at 02:14

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its ok, it cant game, but it can play video well. good for home Internet use, not photoshop or gaming. i Tried it in a desktop and it was ok, but i ended up buying an ati4670, in laptops its appalling

answered Aug 17 '10 at 04:58

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