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I recently bought a laptop which according to my friend who has the same
should run on 50-60fps and medium to high setttings,here are the specs:
AMD Quad-Core Processor A6-6310 1.8ghz
AMD Radeon R4 Graphics
I have windows 10 OS,and when i run it on default settings i get not
over 20fps when in town,i dont know what is the result of this the
laptop is new and the windows 10 is genuine,please help me,my friend
with the same specs runs it on high with 60fps stable and in big fights
drops to 45-50.
Thanks in advance.
A gaming laptop for 450 euro aha. Sorry but I bought mine for 600 and I ve made some concessions regarding specs and quality. You cant expect much from AMD, they had their times ( about 7 to 10 years ago). I wont deny AMD has decent processors but for the same value you get a better Intel processor. Sorry but for 450 euro you bought yourself a notebook to surf the interwebz for p0rn and you can use it for school/uni/work. Other than that enjoy low end gaming.
D3 can indeed run on integrated graphics. I used to play D3 at work during downtime on a piece of sh.. computer. No 60 FPS though, but there is one trick that will let you run D3 on a toaster: Windowed mode. Trying to run 1080p 60 FPS simply won't work for the likes of intel hd 2000 and similar. But by turning all the settings to the very lowest, including the "Low FX" button, you should be able to run it in windowed mode on just about anything. For solo play it should run at <40 FPS on most integrated systems given there's enough RAM and CPU available.
With that said however, people with massive rigs still experience frame rate drops in very intense battles w/ 4-player groups. It's just shitty optimization from Blizzard.