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    how much fps will i get on smite with this computer?

    Graphics card: AMD Radeon HD8760 graphics
    •AMD A10-7800 Processor
    •8GB DDR3 RAM: For multitasking power, expandable to 16GB
    •HDMI Output Port
    •24X Super-Multi DVD±RW drive: Create, customize and enjoy your favorite CDs and DVDs.
    •Integrated AMD® Radeon R7 Series Graphics: Delivers smooth, responsive performance, for the most demanding tasks
    •6-in-1 media reader: Supports Secure Digital, Secure Digital High Capacity, xD, MultiMediaCard, Memory Stick and Memory Stick PRO formats.
    •2 USB 3.0 and 4 USB 2.0 ports: Transfer digital video, audio and data in a snap. Enjoy the USB 3.0 that's ten times faster than USB 2.0 and with two ports at your fingertips, you can save photos, transfer music and open multi-gigabyte video files in a fraction of the time with compatible storage.
    •Built-in 10/100/1000 Ethernet LAN: Ensures a smooth a connection to the Internet
    •Windows 8.1

    I cant play smite on my current potato, hows this?

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    Not sure about the integrated graphics, but everything else should be okay. I'd suggest getting a graphics card with that computer, or, even better, build your own rig.

    Edit: never mind, it should be fine. I didn't notice the graphics card at the top lol
    Smite is an online multiplayer game. You can't have immediate gratification simply by starting the game. The ground is even. There's another player on the other side. You are not entitled to having everything favoring you at every time. If you don't like it, by all means, go back to the 1-shot-kills-all Aliens: Colonial Marines singleplayer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disquieted1 View Post
    Not sure about the integrated graphics, but everything else should be okay. I'd suggest getting a graphics card with that computer, or, even better, build your own rig.

    Edit: never mind, it should be fine. I didn't notice the graphics card at the top lol
    so how much fps should I get?

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    I average around 90FPS with maxed out settings and I only have a 650Ti and an i5 so you should be fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ModyBird View Post
    so how much fps should I get?
    I get about 110 FPS (using the ingame counter) with a nVidia 750Ti and AMD Phenom II X6 1035t. So that rig should be somewhere close to it.
    Smite is an online multiplayer game. You can't have immediate gratification simply by starting the game. The ground is even. There's another player on the other side. You are not entitled to having everything favoring you at every time. If you don't like it, by all means, go back to the 1-shot-kills-all Aliens: Colonial Marines singleplayer.

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    never EVER go for integrated graphics.
    lesson one in building gaming rigs.

    EVER.

    integrated GPUs are fine for browsing the web/watching movies/office use. that'S about it.

    *if its a good deal you can't pass ; you could always go for it and add the dedicated gpu later on.
    this gives you the opportunity to test my comment about integrated graphics yourself

    ** nvm, got hooked on the integrated part but as someone pointed. theres a dedicated GPU there.
    Smite will be smooth for sure.
    Last edited by Teksuo1; 12-20-2014 at 06:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teksuo1 View Post
    never EVER go for integrated graphics.
    lesson one in building gaming rigs.

    EVER.

    integrated GPUs are fine for browsing the web/watching movies/office use. that'S about it.

    *if its a good deal you can't pass ; you could always go for it and add the dedicated gpu later on.
    this gives you the opportunity to test my comment about integrated graphics yourself
    Yeah, the top line shows a separate graphics card in the OP
    Smite is an online multiplayer game. You can't have immediate gratification simply by starting the game. The ground is even. There's another player on the other side. You are not entitled to having everything favoring you at every time. If you don't like it, by all means, go back to the 1-shot-kills-all Aliens: Colonial Marines singleplayer.

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    thank you all! im buying the pc for $349

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    What's the difference between integrated and dedicated graphic card?

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    Well I get 15 so by that logic looking at your stuff you should be fine.
    I made this god idea tell me how bad it is, yo!
    http://forums.smitegame.com/showthre...ess-of-Disease


    Finally I make mediocre youtube videos of me playing Smite...mostly of Vulcan.....cough
    http://www.youtube.com/user/MrNinjaBurger

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