After posting in many forums across the internet, asking people if my laptop with an Intel HD 4000 Integrated GPU with an i7-3520m 2.90 GHz dual core processor would be able to run Borderlands 2, I got feedback mostly saying it would struggle to run on low-medium settings, and look worse than the console version. I've just played for the past 90 minutes on 1366 x 768 resolution, texture quality and game detail on medium, and capped 50 fps, with most other settings set to on, and it has played extremely smooth. Just thought i'd post this for anyone thinking about playing borderlands 2 with an Intel HD 4000 integrated GPU with a decent mobile processor.
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I think im just gonna try it for PC. I have a PS3 back home but i'd rather be able to play it on a low-medium setting than have to wait for a while to play it on PS3. Thanks everyone, I appreciate it.
I'm an engineering student at Virginia Tech and it was suggested to get a notebook with at least 8gb ram. There are 2 versions of the computer I got and the price difference between the low and high-tier model was pretty small. The high-tier model just happened to have twice the RAM.
I checked on system lab requirements. Everything passed but the dedicated video memory. Is there any way to increase the memory since it is an integrated CPU? I apologize ahead of time for my lack of knowledge, haha.
Hello, I am new to the forums and recently bought a pc for college and was wondering if my computer is capable of running Borderlands 2 . It has an Intel HD 4000 graphics card, 16 gb of ram, and an Intel Ivy Bridge i7-3520m dual core processor. If anyone can help answer this question I would greatly appreciate it! Thanks!