Do Feed Feb 16 @ 3:11am
Anybody else plays Tf2 without a Graphics Card?
Anyone?
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Noble Hatter's Violet Feb 16 @ 3:13am 
wat
Do Feed Feb 16 @ 3:14am 
Originally posted by Noble Hatter's Violet:
wat

Playing Tf2 without a graphics card only gets you about 10-30 FPS
i'm just asking if anybody else do that cuz i do.
Silverfox Feb 16 @ 3:15am 
As in, with a chipset? Because yeah, I do. But otherwise, what the heck 0.o
Do Feed Feb 16 @ 3:16am 
i play without a graphics card, but i do have chipset too..
parkourthief1234999 Feb 16 @ 3:20am 
i dont know what the hell your talking about
Enderboy13VVV Feb 16 @ 3:21am 
Maybe me
Do Feed Feb 16 @ 3:22am 
Originally posted by parkourreiss1234:
i dont know what the hell your talking about
a Graphics Card is like a card that supports FPS and Qualities for Games, if you play it without a Graphics card then you pretty much have laggs
Kog Feb 16 @ 3:25am 
Do you mean, without a `dedicated` graphics card? as i'm fairly sure every laptop/computer needs a graphics card...
Flippy Feb 16 @ 3:26am 
Why would you even...
Do Feed Feb 16 @ 3:33am 
Originally posted by Kog:
Do you mean, without a `dedicated` graphics card? as i'm fairly sure every laptop/computer needs a graphics card...
i'm not a good computer guy, but i'd say graphics card like Nvidia or Intel
Without Graphics card you will get horriblest quality ever
dabeste92 ★ ★ ★ ★ Feb 16 @ 4:00am 
Playing with a AMD-APU.. A6-4400M on my Laptop, the graphics-chip integrated in the CPU-Die is called AMD Radeon 7520g.

Well.. depending on the map i get around 25-40FPS on good quality, which is pretty impressive for a combined CPU/GPU that only needs 35 Watt.

But still i prefer to play on my PC when i'm home, 150fps are just better. >.<
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Lesbillionaire Feb 16 @ 4:14am 
Originally posted by Kog:
Do you mean, without a `dedicated` graphics card? as i'm fairly sure every laptop/computer needs a graphics card...
Acttually some motherboards support onboard graphics.
Kog Feb 16 @ 4:18am 
Originally posted by Way-Ho:
Originally posted by Kog:
Do you mean, without a `dedicated` graphics card? as i'm fairly sure every laptop/computer needs a graphics card...
Acttually some motherboards support onboard graphics.

Aren't those called integrated graphics cards though? I have an integrated on my laptop, along with a pretty nice dedicated.
Foxtrot Feb 16 @ 4:20am 
no
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