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So I've been playing DD for nearly 250 hours and my PC performance wasn't the best and the lag was pretty much annoying, so I looked around and checked that my graphics card really sucks and decided to buy one for my laptop and I thought will any graphics card work for my laptop? Is there only a certain cards allowed to work with my actual laptop specs? If so, let me know so I can post them, if not, tell me a good enough graphics cards to run DD on low or medium smoothly. I wouldn't like to waste 50-100 euros on a graphic card that wouldn't work or do the job
It would help to know what kind of laptop you have first. Your laptop may not even have the option to add a different video card, as most laptop OEM's have proprietary lay-outs that don't have a way to add anything.
Unless you built the laptop yourself using a DIY kit (which I highly doubt you did or you wouldn't be asking us for advice here) then chances are there's no available video card upgrades for your laptop. The best thing to do would be to buy a new one with those kinds of options. I recommend ASUS gaming laptops. You can find good deals on eBay for 2nd or 3rd generation versions.
Anyways, just post your system make and model here and I can give you a definite answer and not just speculation.
Operating System: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Edition
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium (R) Dual CPU T3400 @ 2.16 GHz 2.17 GHz
Type of system: 32 bits
Graphic card: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2400 (256 MB)
That's all Important (I think) I could find
EDIT: Will reply to this post in about 14h so don't expect me to reply back when you posted something
Just as I thought. Integrated graphics with the motherboard. No way to add/change. Buy a new gaming laptop is about all you can do.
Originally Posted by lM0rtaLx