Excuse my naivety guys but isn't option B the following?
Well i have got to say i am surprised. If those are the specs he is playing that game on then onboard graphics have come a long way. However it still looks like crap and it still has a horrendous frame rate. I for one will be sticking with a dedicated gpu.
Last edited by barlew; 15-08-12 at 07:53.
It was also only at 1280x1024 resolution, which by todays standards is a pretty low resolution.
Putting a 2-core AMD CPU in a computer meant for serious use is not sensible so option B is what you should choose.
On-board graphics standards have improved a lot over the last year or two but they are still a long way from perfect. I think the main problem with AMD on-board graphics is that they can get memory-starved compared to discrete graphics solutions; 512 megabytes set aside for graphics is not much nowadays.
Is it possible for me to set aside more than 512 megabytes for my graphics in a sort of partition or something?
Originally Posted by Yrubdarb
It's limited by the memory-access circuitry on the chip so no, you can't increase it.
Originally Posted by Describe