Mr. Negativo Feb 12 @ 9:40pm
Will it work on my PC?
I have a Toshiba Satellite P875-S7102. It has an Intel Core i7-3630QM quad-core processor, Intel HD 4000 integrated GPU, and 8GB of DDR3 RAM. Not sure how well skyrim will run so I don't want to buy the game just yet. Any ideas of how well it will perform?
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Outkin Feb 12 @ 9:47pm 
Originally posted by Mr. Negativo:
, Intel HD 4000 integrated GPU
With this? It won't do very well, very low at most.

tombdiver Feb 12 @ 9:49pm 
You should be able to run it on low settings. Same as the HD3000 did. 1280x720.....might be able to squeeze 37-40 FPS too!
The Rock God Feb 12 @ 9:52pm 
HD4000 performance:

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-HD-Graphics-4000.69168.0.html

Scroll down to the Skyrim results.
[RF] Samaister Feb 12 @ 10:02pm 
Save your money mate. The best you could hope for is low graphic settings to provide a decent framerate. If you have a console you would be better off buying it for that, you would get your moneys worth, anyway.
Ryuu Feb 12 @ 11:04pm 
Originally posted by Billy Bob:
Save your money mate. The best you could hope for is low graphic settings to provide a decent framerate. If you have a console you would be better off buying it for that, you would get your moneys worth, anyway.
I sorta support with what you're saying however.. Since it's a digital copy the OP can always get a better computer down the line. To be honest the console version will never compare to the PC due to the modding community. You'd be missing out on A LOT. But yeah just save your money for now, that'd be the right course of action.
Elusivefur Feb 12 @ 11:47pm 
on low most likely.
Hailey Feb 13 @ 2:22am 
no
Do a Barrel Roll Feb 13 @ 8:38am 
better to just play on consoles if you got a pc like that.
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