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How can I maximize my Graphic card performance, I got a NVIDIA GeForce 7150M graphics, with 1071MB shared video, my pc got 3 GB or Ram, I have put a few games on, and they still skip, and doesn't run well. Please help!
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Hi,

What games are you running?
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For example I ran Call of Duty 4 and Beijing Olimpics 2008 and both games skiped!! Why?
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The 7150M isn't meant for gaming. The only solution for this is to get a computer suitable for playing games. As you are using a laptop with integrated graphics, the graphics card cannot be upgraded.
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But can I do anything to better my graphic card performance
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Try updating the driver (remember to uninstall the existing driver), turn off Anti-aliasing, turn off Anisotropic filtering, turn down advanced options such as water, shadows, dynamic lighting etc etc.
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